NMBC Covid-19 Survey Results

What do New Mexicans think of the the Covid-19 response and current statewide shutdown?  

To better understand where New Mexicans stand on the handling of the coronavirus, NMBC conducted an open survey of over 1,100 voluntary participants. Respondents concluded:

            95% feel the economy should have been opened no later than May 15th;

            93% feel it is important or very important for ALL small businesses to open immediately.

            84% were dissatisfied with the response from N.M. officials regarding the handling of the state’s shutdown and lack of a plan for reopening;

            73% were dissatisfied with the response to unemployment;

            85% said, ‘The Governor’s leadership and/or decisions do not support what is best for all New Mexicans.’

View the survey question summary results HERE or the full survey with written comments HERE.

Past Calls to Action/Petitions/Surveys

Call to Action: SJR 1

UPDATE: A Senate Floor vote was taken on SJR 1 on 2/2/2016 and, unfortunately it passed. Please contact all members of the House to encourage

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Call to Action – Save Jobs and Economical Electric Rates

Call to Action – Contact N.M. Public Regulation Commissioners (PRC) and urge support of the settlement agreement on the San Juan Generating Station (SJGS): The PRC will soon make a decision on the settlement agreement for SJGS. This is an historic agreement involving the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the N.M. Environmental Department (EPA) and PNM.

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Call to Action: Driver’s Licenses

Call to Action, Support HB 32 and HB 79: This Thursday, 1-29-15, at 1:30 PM in Santa Fe, the NM House Safety and Civil Affairs Committee (HSCAC) will hear two pieces of legislation to end the current practice regarding issuance of driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants.

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