Eugene Service Fee Polling Trend

There was a clear and uniform drop in support. The “Yes” vote dropped by either six or seven points between each observation. The first survey confirms the earlier city polling. However, the support dropped by 20 points! The campaigns really did matter in the case of this election.

As usual, the “Don’t Knows” voted “No.”

The Election Day percentage is the Lane County Elections Final Unofficial report released on Friday, May 24.

City of Eugene Measure 20-211: Monthly fee for City fire, police, homelessness and other services. Shall City maintain fire, police, homelessness and quality of life services with monthly fee capped at $10 [TEN DOLLARS] for residences? IF YES/NO: Is that strongly or somewhat? IF DON’T KNOW: Which way do you lean?

200 live telephone interviews were conducted of likely May 2013 City of Eugene Special Election voters on each of April 2-3, April 29-30, and May 13-14, 2013. The margin of error at the sample median was 7 percent.

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