Sixty-one percent had a mostly positive view of the state economy, while 28 percent hold a mostly negative view.
Other issues that concern those surveyed: education, followed by crime and policing.
When it comes to judging the performance of those elected to address their concerns, Marylanders put more of their trust in their state leaders than in Congress: 73 percent said they could trust state government some or all of the time while just 34 percent said the same about Congress.
The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4 percent.
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