Eugene 4J School Bond Polling Trend

The “Yes” vote among Eugeneans was nearly constant during the election. This is common. Our polling in recent years almost always has 4J’s measures winning by wide margins from start to finish.

The Election Day percentage is as of the Lane County Elections Final Unofficial report on Friday, May 24. The percentage is districtwide not just the City of Eugene. However, Eugene has such a large share of voters that in recent years there is not much of a difference.

As usual, “Don’t Knows” on money measures almost always vote “No” in the end.

QUESTION:
Eugene School District 4J Measure 20-210: Authorizes General Obligation Bonds for Eugene School District 4J. Shall Eugene School District issue general obligation bonds not to exceed 170 million dollars for school construction, facility improvements, technology and capital assets? IF YES/NO: Is that strongly or somewhat? IF DON’T KNOW: Which way do you lean?

METHODOLOGY:
Between 155 and 165 live telephone interviews were conducted of likely May 2013 City of Eugene Special Election voters who live in School District 4J on each of April 2-3, April 29-30, and May 13-14, 2013. The margin of error at the sample median was 8 percent.

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