In a News 9 exclusive poll, we wanted to know if Oklahomans think our state is headed in the right or wrong direction.
For the first time in years the majority of people voted a different way.
In fact, 51 percent polled say Oklahoma is going in the wrong direction. 38 percent feel the state is going in the right direction. About 11 percent say they're unsure.
One of the most hotly debated state questions on the ballot next month is 777.
Often referred to as the "Right to Farm," it would exempt Oklahomans working in farming and agriculture from new laws unless there's a compelling state interest.
Tonight at 6 p.m., we'll have those results in another exclusive News 9 poll on where voters stand less than four weeks from election day.