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Statewide Poll Results 03-22-12

Statewide Poll Results 03-22-12

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Published by Cory Merrifield
1,000 registered Minnesota voters were interviewed statewide from March 16 through March 19, 2012 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. of Washington, DC. The margin for error is ±3.2%.
1,000 registered Minnesota voters were interviewed statewide from March 16 through March 19, 2012 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. of Washington, DC. The margin for error is ±3.2%.

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 MINNESOTA POLL – MARCH 2012
1,000 registered Minnesota voters were interviewed statewide from March 16through March 19, 2012 by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. ofWashington, DC. The margin for error is ±3.2%.
QUESTION: How closely have you followed the discussion about building anew Vikings stadium in Minnesota?
FOLLOWING THE VIKINGS STADIUM ISSUE Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = VERY CLOSELY 201 20.1 %2 = SW CLOSELY 532 53.2 %3 = NOT TOO CLOSELY 181 18.1 %4 = NOT CLOSELY 86 8.6 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %
QUESTION: Let’s assume a new Vikings stadium proposal at the existing Metrodome site included the following four requirements:
The Vikings would fund over 50% of the stadium’s construction and operating costs over the life of their lease.
 A majority of the public contribution would come from gamblingdollars, with no new tax increases or use of general-revenue funds.
The City of Minneapolis contribution would use existing cityhospitality taxes and would not raise any new taxes.
Even though the Vikings would fund over 50% of the overall costs, the public would own the new stadium and it would be available forvarious public uses for at least 300 days out of the year.Based on this information, would you support or oppose a stadium 
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financing proposal that used gambling and existing revenues along with a major contribution by the Vikings?
STADIUM FINANCING PROPOSAL Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = SUPPORT 614 61.4 %2 = OPPOSE 299 29.9 %3 = UNDECIDED 87 8.7 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %
QUESTION: How important is it to you that the Vikings stay in Minnesota?
IMPORTANCE OF VIKINGS STAYING IN MN Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = VERY IMPORTANT 372 37.2 %2 = SW IMPORTANT 343 34.3 %3 = NOT TOO IMPORTANT 160 16.0 %4 = NOT IMPORTANT 118 11.8 %5 = NOT SURE 7 0.7 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %
QUESTION: In terms of your political party identification, do yougenerally consider yourself a Democrat, Republican or Independent?
PARTY IDENTIFICATION Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = DEMOCRAT 331 33.1 %2 = REPUBLICAN 257 25.7 %3 = INDEPENDENT/OTHER 412 41.2 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %
DEMOGRAPHICS:
AGE Number Percent2
 
---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = 18-34 143 14.3 %2 = 35-49 282 28.2 %3 = 50-64 307 30.7 %4 = 65+ 265 26.5 %5 = REFUSED 3 0.3 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %SEX Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = MALE 488 48.8 %2 = FEMALE 512 51.2 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %REGION Number Percent---------------------------------------- ------ -------1 = TWIN CITIES METRO 603 60.3 %2 = REST OF STATE 397 39.7 %------ -------Total 1000 100.0 %3

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Charles Davis added this note|
There is a perfect saluton with the White Earth Tribe but the Govener can't see past the end of his nose. the timing is right, the money will help all of minn, Gambling is here to stay.What are u afraid of the other tribes getting mad because White Earth WANTS to Share and THEY dont, Don't give in U can be the Gov that pays back the schools builds a stadium and does't raise taxes How can you lose.

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