Illinois voters think the state should make large cuts in the budget, but don't want to lose any services, a recent survey released by the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute found.
Charles Leonard, a visiting professor at the institute, said most people want more for less, which is an irrational way to build the state budget.
"It's certainly a collision course," Leonard said. "People won't want to lend money to a state that can't pay its bills."
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