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Guam - UOG's Ron McNinch spoke to the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay this afternoon on his analysis on the outcomes of last month's general election. He also conducted a poll with 572 Guam voters between November 28 to December 2 on several issues including whether they believe the next four years will get better, if they support a Guam constitution and whether elected leaders should get a pay raise.


"Should elected leaders get pay raises? Yes, 55% of the people support, this was before the controversy over the pay raises by the way which came up in the last week," he stated.


55% of those surveyed believed elected leaders should get raises whereas 32% voted no. Meanwhile 44% voted things would get better, 17% were surveyed saying they believed things would get worse and 39% believed it would be the same.