Charlie Hunt, graduate assistant for the Center for American Politics and Citizenship, recently wrote a report detailing statewide public opinion on the issue of money in politics.
"Record-breaking trends in political spending are widely expected to continue in the 2016 election cycle, largely prompted by the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. FEC (2010)...With an issue as politically charged as campaign finance, it seems appropriate, and even obvious, that the public have their views on the issue heard and understood across multiple demographic and partisan dimensions." states Hunt.
The report had many striking findings including the statistic that low income levels were correlated with less liberal campaign finance opinions as well as the distribution of voters who think that money has too much influence with respect to their preference for Democratic primary candidate.
The full report can be found here