Thursday, May 7, 2009

Updated Survey Results

262 Responses, from all over the County .

1. High speed rail (Cleveland-Cincinnati) idea: 84% support the idea (68.7% strongly); 7.3% neutral. 8% oppose.

2. Queensgate Terminal project on the river: 78.5% support the idea (39.6% strongly); 13.5% neutral. 8% oppose.

3. Banning texting while driving. 65% support the ban (41.5% strongly). 16.5% oppose the idea.

4. Casino. 54.4% support (32% strongly); 16.6% neutral; 29% opposed (14% strongly).

5. Consolidating fire districts. 55% support; 31.5% neutral; and 13% opposed.

6. Lengthening the school year: 50% support; 28.4% neutral; 22% oppose.

7. Charter referendum that stops all investments in passenger rail pending a separate referendum: 58.8% strongly oppose; 13.2% oppose; 13.6% neutral. 14% supported (10% strongly).

2 comments:

Quim said...

The thing about the city of Cincinnati (or any city) having these weird laws that bugs me is that people might live in towns where texting or tinted windows are AOK and they are not going to know that what they are doing is not AOK in another particular town.
In a town like Cincinnati where you have loads of out of towners coming in on a regular basis, the problem just gets worse.

Anonymous said...

"In a town like Cincinnati where you have loads of out of towners coming in on a regular basis, the problem just gets worse."

So should we now base policy on benefitting out of towners?

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