ST. PAUL (AP) -- Minnesotans are warming to the idea of the Legislature crafting a plan to help the Minnesota Twins get a new ballpark, according to a statewide poll.
The poll of 625 randomly selected Minnesota voters shows that supporters of a publicly assisted ballpark now outnumber opponents.
The poll, commissioned by the St. Paul Pioneer Press, showed 54 percent of Minnesotans said it is important for the Legislature to write a plan to build a ballpark and keep the franchise alive. Forty-three percent said it was not important. The remaining 3 percent were not sure.
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