March 1, 2024

BOISE, Idaho — A statewide survey found that for the first time in nearly a decade, more Idahoans think the state is on the “wrong track” than on the right one.

The public policy survey, released Friday by Boise State University, also found that most residents favor making Idaho’s strict anti-abortion laws less severe, public trust in librarians is high, and education, the economy and housing are top of mind.