ATLANTA — Georgians spread the blame widely among state and local officials and agencies for the traffic problems developing during Tuesday’s snow storm, according to a survey released Thursday.
When the InsiderAdvantage/Morris News Poll asked who to blame, the biggest group, 28 percent, cited their “mayor or county officials.”
Next came the Georgia Department of Transportation with 20 percent, followed by Gov. Nathan Deal at 15 percent. Because the online poll was conducted statewide by OpinionSavvy, individual mayors weren’t listed by name.
Just 12 percent said weather forecasters had fallen down on the job.
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