Eugene 4J School Bond Key Demographics

Support broke down by party. As one would expect. Democrats are most supportive of a tax increase. New voters and long-time voters were the very most supportive.

The 41 percent support among Eugene Republicans shows how broadly the measure was supported.

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.

The tree diagram was constructing using CHAID.

Vote propensity refers to number of previous primary and general elections the person voted in during 2010 and 2012. Usually, the “1” means a person only voted in the 2012 Presidential General.

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