SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's political conventions are just weeks away. Delegates elected in caucus meetings will choose who is on the ballot, but do they represent their party's grass roots? And is Utah's hybrid system of selecting candidates fair?
KSL and the Deseret News, in partnership with the Hinckley Institute of Politics and the Utah Foundation, commissioned Dan Jones and Associates to conduct the most detailed survey ever of political views of delegates to Utah's two political conventions and the political views of Utah's voters.
For rest of this report along with video, poll details and related links go to ksl.com.
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