In one of the most voted-upon polls in HesperiaStar.com history, voters have overwhelmingly voiced their approval for the job the Hesperia Unified School District board is doing.

The poll question "Are things better or worse off than they were before Hardy Black, Robert Kirk and Lee Rogers became the controlling bloc on the school board?" went live on November 6 and ended November 14.

In those eight days, 381 votes were cast. Three hundred and forty-six votes -- or 90 percent -- were cast for things being better in the school district in the past 12 months. Twenty-eight votes -- or 7 percent -- were cast for things being worse. One vote was cast for things being about the same. Six votes were cast for "no opinion/don't know."