Eugene Homeless Regulation Changes?

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Eugeneans want homeless regulations increased by a statistically significant margin.

Regardless of direction, Eugeneans want the policy changed by a wide margin: http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=11550

QUESTION: Do you feel the City of Eugene restrictions on homeless camping should be increased, decreased, or left unchanged?

METHODOLOGY: 200 live telephone interviews of likely City of Eugene General election voters conducted December 2-3, 2014. The margin of error at the sample median is plus or minus seven percent. Totals may not equal 100 percent due to rounding.

Potential Lane County Vehicle Registration Fee in Eugene

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Eugene General Election voters oppose the county’s proposed vehicle registration fee by a wide margin.

These data are much more relevant as a measure of local attitudes for Eugene city councilors than for predicting whether the measure would pass in May. There are several reasons for this: 1. these are only in Eugene (not countywide) respondents and 2. it is a General election electorate sample not a May 2015 Special Election electorate sample. It is not immediately clear how these cross-effects due to these demographic differences would affect a prediction. They could move the support percentage either up or down.

QUESTION: Do you support or oppose Lane County adding an annual vehicle registration fee of $35 to fund area increased road maintenance?
IF SUPPORT/OPPOSE: Is that strongly or somewhat?
IF DON’T KNOW: Which way do you lean?

METHODOLOGY: 200 live telephone interviews of likely City of Eugene General election voters conducted December 2-3, 2014. The margin of error at the sample median is plus or minus seven percent. Totals may not equal 100 percent due to rounding.

Eugene Homeless Policy Disapproval High

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There is strong disapproval of Eugene’s current homeless policy.

QUESTION: Do you approve or disapprove of the City of Eugene policy towards homeless campers?
IF APPROVE/DISAPPROVE: Is that strongly or somewhat?
IF DON’T KNOW: Which way do you lean?

METHODOLOGY: 200 live telephone interviews of likely City of Eugene General election voters conducted December 2-3, 2014. The margin of error at the sample median is plus or minus seven percent. Totals may not equal 100 percent due to rounding.

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Amazon Headwaters Sale Appoval

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Eugeneans approve of the sale by a solid margin. However, the large undecided implies few are paying close attention.

QUESTION: Do you approve or disapprove of the City of Eugene buying the Amazon Headwaters property in south Eugene?
IF APPROVE/DISAPPROVE: Is that strongly or somewhat?
IF DON’T KNOW: Which way do you lean?

METHODOLOGY: 200 live telephone interviews of likely City of Eugene General election voters conducted December 2-3, 2014. The margin of error at the sample median is plus or minus seven percent. Totals may not equal 100 percent due to rounding.

How Measure 90 (Top Two Primary) Fared in Lane County

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This was the one measure (see previous posts) where the entire county voted practically in unison. It was also the one measure where both major political parties joined in opposition.

SOURCE: Oregon Secretary of State; Lane County Elections.

METHODOLOGY: The graphic covers the Oregon statewide result, the Lane countywide result and the overall results for Eugene, Springfield, and Rural Lane County (the portion of the county that is neither in Eugene nor in Springfield). Next, are the five county commissioner districts. Finally, the overall Eugene result is repeated, for ease of comparison, followed by the city’s eight wards.

REFERENCE
Lane County Commissioner Districts

http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/Districts.aspx

Eugene City Council Wards

http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=532

How Measure 86 (College Fund) Fared in Lane County

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The pattern is pretty clear. South Eugene (the county commission district and wards 1, 2, and 3) voted one way and the rest of the county voted another.

SOURCE: Oregon Secretary of State; Lane County Elections.

METHODOLOGY: The graphic covers the Oregon statewide result, the Lane countywide result and the overall results for Eugene, Springfield, and Rural Lane County (the portion of the county that is neither in Eugene nor in Springfield). Next, are the five county commissioner districts. Finally, the overall Eugene result is repeated, for ease of comparison, followed by the city’s eight wards.

REFERENCE
Lane County Commissioner Districts

http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/Districts.aspx

Eugene City Council Wards

http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=532

How Measure 87 (Judicial Employment) Fared in Lane County

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The pattern is pretty clear. South Eugene (the county commission district and wards 1, 2, and 3) voted one way and the rest of the county voted another.

SOURCE: Oregon Secretary of State; Lane County Elections.

METHODOLOGY: The graphic covers the Oregon statewide result, the Lane countywide result and the overall results for Eugene, Springfield, and Rural Lane County (the portion of the county that is neither in Eugene nor in Springfield). Next, are the five county commissioner districts. Finally, the overall Eugene result is repeated, for ease of comparison, followed by the city’s eight wards.

REFERENCE
Lane County Commissioner Districts

http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/Districts.aspx

Eugene City Council Wards

http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=532

How Measure 88 (Driver Card) Fared in Lane County

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The pattern is pretty clear. South Eugene (the county commission district and wards 1, 2, and 3) voted one way and the rest of the county voted another.

SOURCE: Oregon Secretary of State; Lane County Elections.

METHODOLOGY: The graphic covers the Oregon statewide result, the Lane countywide result and the overall results for Eugene, Springfield, and Rural Lane County (the portion of the county that is neither in Eugene nor in Springfield). Next, are the five county commissioner districts. Finally, the overall Eugene result is repeated, for ease of comparison, followed by the city’s eight wards.

REFERENCE
Lane County Commissioner Districts

http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/Districts.aspx

Eugene City Council Wards

http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=532

How Measure 89 (State ERA) Fared in Lane County

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The pattern is pretty clear. South Eugene (the county commission district and wards 1, 2, and 3) voted one way and the rest of the county voted another.

What is interesting is how badly creamed the ACLU was in south Eugene.

SOURCE: Oregon Secretary of State; Lane County Elections.

METHODOLOGY: The graphic covers the Oregon statewide result, the Lane countywide result and the overall results for Eugene, Springfield, and Rural Lane County (the portion of the county that is neither in Eugene nor in Springfield). Next, are the five county commissioner districts. Finally, the overall Eugene result is repeated, for ease of comparison, followed by the city’s eight wards.

REFERENCE
Lane County Commissioner Districts

http://www.lanecounty.org/Departments/BCC/Pages/Districts.aspx

Eugene City Council Wards

http://www.eugene-or.gov/index.aspx?NID=532