Eugene Campaign Spending Advisory Measure

The advisory measure trails by a significant margin. However, this is probably not decisive. The undecided percentage is huge. This indicates that respondents have little information about the measure. At this point the result is up for grabs.

One reason for pessimism among the supporters: it is very unusual for an advisory measure of this type to start out behind, let alone behind by a nearly two-to-one ratio.

Now, I would like to ask you about some measures that will be on Eugene’s November ballot. If the election were held today, would you vote yes or no on Measure 20-198: Advisory Question on Corporate/Union Constitutional Rights and Campaign Spending?

200 telephone interviews of likely 2012 Eugene General Election voters were conducted a September 9 and 10, 2012. The margin of error at the sample median for each survey is 7 percent.

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