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SPLIT SAMPLE

SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 1. Generally speaking,
would you say that
Hamilton County is going
in the right direction, or
has it gotten off onto the
wrong track?

AGE GROUP:

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
43.4%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
38.1%

18 to 29
Col %
46.0%

30 to 44
Col %
44.2%

45 to 59
Col %
40.7%

60 and
older
Col %
37.8%

DK/NA
Col %
30.8%

White
Col %
41.2%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
46.4%

Other
Col %
27.1%

DK/NA
Col %
14.1%

Col %
40.7%

Wrong track

34.2%

39.6%

46.2%

33.4%

36.9%

37.0%

34.6%

37.6%

27.5%

58.6%

47.9%

37.0%

Mixed/Both

8.2%

10.1%

1.8%

8.8%

8.5%

11.2%

34.6%

10.0%

6.6%

3.8%

17.7%

9.2%

Right direction

DK/NA

Table Total

14.2%

12.2%

5.9%

13.7%

14.0%

13.9%

.0%

11.2%

19.5%

10.5%

20.3%

13.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-time
commutin
outside the
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 1. Generally speaking,
would you say that
Hamilton County is going
in the right direction, or
has it gotten off onto the
wrong track?

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wido
wed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

Right direction

43.2%

38.9%

20.9%

41.9%

40.2%

20.7%

28.9%

42.8%

49.5%

37.6%

40.7%

Wrong track

36.5%

37.1%

43.9%

34.5%

40.4%

42.7%

47.5%

32.5%

32.4%

37.9%

37.0%

Mixed/Both
DK/NA

Table Total

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7.8%

10.1%

22.7%

10.4%

6.6%

20.3%

7.7%

10.4%

7.6%

13.2%

9.2%

12.4%

13.9%

12.5%

13.2%

12.8%

16.3%

15.9%

14.3%

10.6%

11.3%

13.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 1. Generally speaking,
would you say that
Hamilton County is going
in the right direction, or
has it gotten off onto the
wrong track?

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

43.4%

38.4%

39.0%

40.3%

44.0%

44.7%

30.5%

42.3%

40.6%

40.1%

40.1%

40.7%

Wrong track

36.8%

37.1%

41.2%

34.4%

34.1%

33.0%

33.2%

38.5%

39.4%

37.5%

37.7%

37.0%

Mixed/Both

10.4%

8.2%

9.4%

9.7%

8.1%

9.1%

13.4%

7.4%

9.6%

9.9%

9.2%

9.2%

9.4%

16.3%

10.3%

15.5%

13.8%

13.2%

22.9%

11.9%

10.4%

12.5%

13.0%

13.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

DK/NA

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %

Table Total

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Right direction

Table Total

Q. 2. What do
you think
should be the
top priority for
county leaders
and elected
officials to
work on right
now?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Improving the quality
of public education
Attracting more
businesses and jobs
to the area
Reducing traffic
congestion
Stopping crime
Expanding public
transit services
Lowering taxes
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

16.7%

14.8%

30.2%

18.9%

16.9%

10.3%

.0%

15.7%

21.6%

3.4%

.0%

15.7%

28.1%

28.2%

13.4%

25.2%

35.0%

27.3%

.0%

28.2%

29.8%

24.9%

21.8%

28.1%

4.0%

3.5%

7.8%

3.7%

1.9%

4.7%

.0%

4.6%

.0%

10.1%

.0%

3.8%

19.9%

22.1%

23.6%

22.0%

17.5%

22.9%

30.8%

19.7%

22.1%

27.0%

33.6%

21.0%

4.3%

3.4%

3.6%

6.3%

4.0%

2.4%

.0%

4.4%

1.4%

7.9%

.0%

3.8%

8.6%
4.6%
13.8%
.0%
100.0%

10.1%
4.3%
11.2%
2.3%
100.0%

7.8%
7.3%
6.3%
.0%
100.0%

5.3%
5.8%
12.1%
.7%
100.0%

11.2%
2.6%
10.2%
.7%
100.0%

10.5%
4.8%
15.1%
2.1%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
69.2%
.0%
100.0%

10.4%
4.9%
10.9%
1.4%
100.0%

6.6%
2.6%
14.8%
1.1%
100.0%

6.9%
.0%
19.9%
.0%
100.0%

9.7%
15.0%
20.0%
.0%
100.0%

9.4%
4.4%
12.5%
1.2%
100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 2. What do
you think
should be the
top priority for
county leaders
and elected
officials to
work on right
now?

Table Total

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

18.9%

12.7%

28.4%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wido
wed
Col %

12.5%

13.4%

19.9%

8.2%

28.6%

8.4%

29.9%

26.6%

3.0%

4.6%

.0%

4.7%

20.8%

20.9%

31.9%

4.5%

3.3%

.0%

8.3%
4.8%
11.2%
.0%
100.0%

10.4%
4.2%
12.9%
2.4%
100.0%

12.5%
.0%
34.7%
.0%
100.0%

Improving the quality
of public education
Attracting more
businesses and jobs
to the area
Reducing traffic
congestion
Stopping crime
Expanding public
transit services
Lowering taxes
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

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DK/NA
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

Table
Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

17.4%

16.5%

15.5%

11.3%

15.7%

10.7%

21.4%

31.7%

33.5%

20.2%

28.1%

2.5%

.0%

1.2%

4.7%

5.3%

3.1%

3.8%

21.2%

20.4%

25.6%

26.0%

20.4%

17.8%

20.6%

21.0%

4.0%

3.8%

.0%

2.8%

3.1%

6.9%

.0%

3.8%

9.8%
4.4%
11.4%
1.1%
100.0%

8.3%
4.8%
12.3%
1.4%
100.0%

15.2%
.0%
40.3%
.0%
100.0%

10.8%
2.4%
16.5%
1.6%
100.0%

8.9%
2.2%
12.0%
.5%
100.0%

8.0%
6.7%
6.3%
.0%
100.0%

11.0%
8.3%
20.5%
4.9%
100.0%

9.4%
4.4%
12.5%
1.2%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 2. What do
you think
should be the
top priority for
county leaders
and elected
officials to
work on right
now?

Improving the quality
of public education
Attracting more
businesses and jobs
to the area
Reducing traffic
congestion
Stopping crime
Expanding public
transit services
Lowering taxes
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

Table Total

Q. 3. Prior to this
survey, have you ever
heard of the agency
named METRO, which
provides bus and
public transit services
in the community?
Table Total

Yes, favorable
Yes, unfavorable
Yes, mixed opinion
Yes, heard of, but
no opinion
No, never heard of
DK/NA

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

14.4%

16.8%

6.8%

22.3%

19.6%

17.6%

12.3%

16.1%

15.7%

11.4%

13.6%

15.7%

31.7%

25.1%

32.4%

27.6%

22.0%

27.7%

32.3%

28.6%

26.2%

33.5%

29.5%

28.1%

3.2%

4.2%

5.5%

2.4%

3.3%

1.0%

.0%

7.3%

3.3%

4.5%

3.5%

3.8%

16.2%

25.1%

21.4%

18.3%

25.0%

21.8%

28.2%

12.7%

26.5%

19.5%

20.7%

21.0%

4.1%

3.6%

1.3%

7.0%

2.6%

4.7%

3.2%

4.4%

2.8%

5.3%

4.0%

3.8%

10.3%
4.9%
14.4%
.7%
100.0%

8.6%
4.1%
10.9%
1.6%
100.0%

14.2%
6.1%
11.5%
.8%
100.0%

5.1%
1.8%
13.3%
2.3%
100.0%

8.6%
6.2%
12.6%
.0%
100.0%

10.3%
3.0%
12.7%
1.2%
100.0%

1.7%
6.8%
15.5%
.0%
100.0%

11.0%
5.9%
12.6%
1.4%
100.0%

10.3%
2.8%
10.9%
1.4%
100.0%

8.7%
6.2%
9.8%
1.2%
100.0%

11.1%
4.3%
12.1%
1.2%
100.0%

9.4%
4.4%
12.5%
1.2%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
Half-cent
tax
sales tax
Col %
Col %
57.9%
62.5%
13.0%
8.7%
5.6%
5.1%

AGE GROUP:

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

18 to 29
Col %
58.2%
15.8%
2.6%

30 to 44
Col %
62.2%
14.0%
6.1%

45 to 59
Col %
64.9%
10.8%
5.3%

60 and
older
Col %
55.5%
8.2%
5.7%

DK/NA
Col %
65.4%
.0%
.0%

White
Col %
62.0%
10.9%
6.2%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
60.8%
7.3%
3.1%

Other
Col %
53.9%
16.7%
2.6%

DK/NA
Col %
26.9%
20.4%
6.7%

Col %
60.2%
10.8%
5.3%

12.6%

16.1%

21.6%

7.6%

14.0%

17.1%

.0%

12.6%

17.7%

21.7%

21.0%

14.4%

9.2%
1.7%
100.0%

6.6%
1.0%
100.0%

1.8%
.0%
100.0%

9.3%
.8%
100.0%

4.6%
.4%
100.0%

10.8%
2.7%
100.0%

34.6%
.0%
100.0%

6.6%
1.7%
100.0%

11.1%
.0%
100.0%

2.6%
2.6%
100.0%

25.0%
.0%
100.0%

7.9%
1.3%
100.0%

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Q. 3. Prior to this
survey, have you ever
heard of the agency
named METRO, which
provides bus and
public transit services
in the community?

Yes, favorable
Yes, unfavorable
Yes, mixed opinion
Yes, heard of, but
no opinion
No, never heard of
DK/NA

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
65.9%
55.5%
36.3%
12.4%
9.2%
8.4%
3.5%
6.9%
11.7%

Table Total

Table Total

Yes, favorable
Yes, unfavorable
Yes, mixed opinion
Yes, heard of, but
no opinion
No, never heard of
DK/NA

Table
Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
63.0%
9.4%
5.3%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
57.5%
12.7%
5.2%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
38.7%
12.4%
7.1%

Under
$41,000
Col %
57.0%
12.9%
3.9%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
59.7%
9.9%
5.5%

More than
$81,000
Col %
68.1%
11.3%
3.7%

DK/NA
Col %
49.3%
7.3%
11.8%

Col %
60.2%
10.8%
5.3%

12.8%

16.2%

10.7%

14.8%

13.7%

15.1%

15.2%

13.8%

13.0%

18.0%

14.4%

5.1%
.3%
100.0%

9.8%
2.4%
100.0%

32.9%
.0%
100.0%

6.3%
1.1%
100.0%

9.4%
1.4%
100.0%

21.4%
5.2%
100.0%

11.1%
.0%
100.0%

9.9%
1.2%
100.0%

2.8%
1.1%
100.0%

9.0%
4.7%
100.0%

7.9%
1.3%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
60.4%
11.1%
5.3%

Col %
60.2%
10.8%
5.3%

GENDER:

Q. 3. Prior to this
survey, have you ever
heard of the agency
named METRO, which
provides bus and
public transit services
in the community?

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Democrat
Col %
70.1%
7.3%
4.3%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
58.6%
11.6%
3.3%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
58.7%
12.0%
4.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
57.1%
10.1%
8.4%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
63.2%
11.6%
5.1%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
59.3%
9.4%
5.2%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
61.4%
10.0%
6.3%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

AREA:

Table
Total

Male
Col %
61.6%
10.6%
5.2%

Female
Col %
59.1%
11.0%
5.5%

Republica
n
Col %
51.2%
13.7%
7.6%

13.9%

14.9%

17.2%

11.6%

14.6%

12.6%

14.0%

14.2%

16.0%

13.1%

14.2%

14.4%

6.8%
1.9%
100.0%

8.8%
.8%
100.0%

7.7%
2.5%
100.0%

5.6%
.9%
100.0%

11.9%
.0%
100.0%

10.7%
2.0%
100.0%

10.4%
.0%
100.0%

5.9%
.0%
100.0%

7.2%
2.9%
100.0%

7.7%
1.4%
100.0%

7.8%
1.2%
100.0%

7.9%
1.3%
100.0%

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Q. 4. Generally
speaking, how would
you rate the job
METRO does providing
bus and public transit
services?

CONSOLIDATED: Q.
4. Generally speaking,
how would you rate the
job METRO does
providing bus and
public transit services?
Table Total

Q. 4. Generally
speaking, how would
you rate the job
METRO does providing
bus and public transit
services?

CONSOLIDATED: Q.
4. Generally speaking,
how would you rate the
job METRO does
providing bus and
public transit services?
Table Total

Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Very poor
Not enough
information/No opinion
DK/NA
Excellent/good
Fair
Very poor/poor
DK/NA/Not enough
information/No opinion

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
6.9%
11.9%
49.3%
48.5%
15.9%
15.8%
3.1%
1.9%
1.9%
1.3%

Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Very poor
Not enough
information/No opinion
DK/NA
Excellent/good
Fair
Very poor/poor
DK/NA/Not enough
information/No opinion

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AGE GROUP:

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

18 to 29
Col %
11.9%
46.9%
22.4%
4.2%
.0%

30 to 44
Col %
8.5%
44.3%
16.0%
6.8%
.0%

45 to 59
Col %
11.9%
53.3%
9.6%
1.9%
2.2%

60 and
older
Col %
7.5%
48.3%
19.0%
.4%
2.3%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
30.8%
69.2%
.0%
.0%

White
Col %
8.3%
48.9%
18.1%
1.8%
1.7%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
14.6%
56.2%
6.3%
3.5%
.9%

Other
Col %
9.7%
31.6%
20.0%
8.4%
4.3%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
32.3%
23.2%
.0%
.0%

Col %
9.5%
48.9%
15.9%
2.5%
1.6%

11.0%

15.2%

7.7%

12.1%

14.4%

14.0%

.0%

12.7%

9.8%

23.3%

28.5%

13.2%

11.9%
56.2%
15.9%
5.0%

5.3%
60.5%
15.8%
3.2%

6.9%
58.8%
22.4%
4.2%

12.4%
52.8%
16.0%
6.8%

6.6%
65.3%
9.6%
4.1%

8.6%
55.7%
19.0%
2.7%

.0%
30.8%
69.2%
.0%

8.5%
57.2%
18.1%
3.5%

8.8%
70.8%
6.3%
4.4%

2.7%
41.3%
20.0%
12.7%

15.9%
32.3%
23.2%
.0%

8.5%
58.4%
15.9%
4.1%

22.9%

20.5%

14.6%

24.5%

21.0%

22.6%

.0%

21.2%

18.5%

25.9%

44.4%

21.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
9.8%
9.4%
.0%
50.7%
47.6%
36.8%
13.7%
17.1%
44.1%
4.3%
.8%
.0%
1.0%
2.2%
.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Table
Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
9.4%
48.5%
14.6%
2.0%
2.1%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
10.2%
51.0%
16.4%
3.4%
.9%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
.0%
29.7%
35.8%
.0%
.0%

Under
$41,000
Col %
14.6%
42.3%
18.5%
3.9%
1.6%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
11.9%
49.3%
12.9%
1.3%
3.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
6.3%
53.7%
15.0%
3.5%
.8%

DK/NA
Col %
1.3%
49.3%
20.1%
.0%
.0%

Col %
9.5%
48.9%
15.9%
2.5%
1.6%

13.8%

12.6%

10.7%

15.6%

8.7%

23.5%

10.6%

14.6%

11.5%

18.9%

13.2%

6.7%
60.6%
13.7%
5.3%

10.2%
57.0%
17.1%
3.0%

8.4%
36.8%
44.1%
.0%

7.8%
57.9%
14.6%
4.1%

9.3%
61.2%
16.4%
4.3%

11.0%
29.7%
35.8%
.0%

8.5%
56.9%
18.5%
5.5%

6.9%
61.2%
12.9%
4.4%

9.1%
60.0%
15.0%
4.3%

10.4%
50.6%
20.1%
.0%

8.5%
58.4%
15.9%
4.1%

20.5%

22.9%

19.1%

23.4%

18.0%

34.5%

19.1%

21.5%

20.6%

29.3%

21.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Q. 4. Generally
speaking, how would
you rate the job
METRO does providing
bus and public transit
services?

CONSOLIDATED: Q.
4. Generally speaking,
how would you rate the
job METRO does
providing bus and
public transit services?
Table Total

Excellent
Good
Fair
Poor
Very poor
Not enough
information/No opinion
DK/NA
Excellent/good
Fair
Very poor/poor
DK/NA/Not enough
information/No opinion

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Table Total

A lot
Somewhat
Not very much
Not at all
DK/NA

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
8.2%
44.4%
29.9%
3.2%
.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
6.7%
54.4%
11.8%
2.3%
3.6%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
10.9%
45.6%
15.1%
1.4%
1.1%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
8.6%
51.8%
15.7%
3.0%
2.7%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
9.3%
49.4%
15.3%
2.7%
1.9%

Col %
9.5%
48.9%
15.9%
2.5%
1.6%

Male
Col %
9.8%
45.7%
18.5%
3.4%
2.0%

Female
Col %
9.2%
51.7%
13.6%
1.7%
1.2%

Republica
n
Col %
5.7%
43.8%
16.2%
2.0%
3.3%

Democrat
Col %
12.5%
55.0%
16.9%
3.1%
.5%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
10.6%
47.2%
13.6%
2.3%
.7%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
12.7%
47.9%
14.9%
4.1%
.0%

13.7%

12.7%

16.7%

8.9%

14.5%

12.3%

6.6%

11.8%

18.0%

10.8%

12.9%

13.2%

6.8%
55.5%
18.5%
5.4%

9.9%
60.8%
13.6%
2.9%

12.4%
49.5%
16.2%
5.3%

3.1%
67.5%
16.9%
3.5%

11.2%
57.8%
13.6%
3.0%

8.2%
60.5%
14.9%
4.1%

7.7%
52.6%
29.9%
3.2%

9.4%
61.1%
11.8%
5.9%

8.0%
56.5%
15.1%
2.5%

7.5%
60.4%
15.7%
5.7%

8.5%
58.7%
15.3%
4.7%

8.5%
58.4%
15.9%
4.1%

20.5%

22.6%

29.1%

12.0%

25.6%

20.4%

14.3%

21.2%

26.0%

18.3%

21.3%

21.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 5. How much do you
think that expanded and
improved bus and
public transit services
are needed in Hamilton
County?

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
34.8%
38.4%
10.2%
6.8%
9.9%
100.0%

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Registered Voters

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
36.4%
38.1%
11.0%
4.6%
9.9%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
26.4%
53.0%
12.3%
1.8%
6.6%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
34.5%
37.8%
11.5%
5.0%
11.2%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
35.5%
32.7%
11.4%
8.4%
12.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %
37.8%
40.2%
9.3%
4.5%
8.2%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
69.2%
30.8%
.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

White
Col %
30.1%
41.9%
12.5%
5.4%
10.0%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
51.7%
29.5%
7.4%
4.7%
6.7%
100.0%

Other
Col %
39.5%
36.0%
3.8%
9.1%
11.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
47.3%
16.4%
.0%
11.3%
24.9%
100.0%

Col %
35.6%
38.2%
10.6%
5.7%
9.9%
100.0%

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Q. 5. How much do you
think that expanded
and improved bus and
public transit services
are needed in Hamilton
County?

A lot
Somewhat
Not very much
Not at all
DK/NA

Table Total

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
34.0%
35.7%
79.9%
39.3%
38.5%
.0%
12.3%
9.3%
.0%
6.1%
5.0%
11.7%
8.3%
11.5%
8.4%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

GENDER:

Q. 5. How much do you
think that expanded
and improved bus and
public transit services
are needed in Hamilton
County?
Table Total

A lot
Somewhat
Not very much
Not at all
DK/NA

Male
Col %
33.0%
38.5%
12.3%
6.9%
9.4%
100.0%

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Female
Col %
37.9%
38.0%
9.2%
4.6%
10.3%
100.0%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
30.0%
38.0%
13.5%
7.1%
11.4%
100.0%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
41.1%
41.0%
6.8%
3.8%
7.3%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Republica
n
Col %
24.3%
36.8%
17.4%
6.4%
15.1%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Democrat
Col %
48.0%
38.1%
4.4%
3.4%
6.1%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
33.6%
40.9%
9.8%
8.2%
7.5%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
82.4%
5.2%
.0%
.0%
12.4%
100.0%

Under
$41,000
Col %
45.5%
37.0%
5.9%
4.5%
7.0%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
36.8%
38.2%
10.3%
5.1%
9.5%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
49.1%
34.8%
4.1%
4.2%
7.8%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
45.2%
34.2%
10.4%
5.0%
5.3%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
31.3%
39.4%
11.7%
7.2%
10.4%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
27.9%
40.8%
13.6%
5.2%
12.5%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
26.2%
41.1%
15.1%
5.8%
11.8%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
38.3%
41.4%
9.2%
5.4%
5.7%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
36.1%
33.7%
9.7%
8.8%
11.7%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
36.5%
37.9%
10.1%
5.9%
9.7%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
35.6%
38.2%
10.6%
5.7%
9.9%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
35.6%
38.2%
10.6%
5.7%
9.9%
100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
Q. 6. Do you agree or
disagree with people
who say that, even
though they may not
ever use them, they will,
in some way, benefit by
having expanded and
improved bus and public
transit services in
Hamilton County?

Agree
Disagree
Mixed opinion
DK/NA

Table Total

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

79.1%

82.2%

85.1%

75.2%

81.9%

81.8%

65.4%

80.2%

83.8%

84.8%

63.2%

80.7%

16.3%

10.8%

12.6%

19.6%

14.8%

9.6%

.0%

14.0%

11.7%

11.4%

17.4%

13.5%

.5%

2.1%

.0%

2.5%

.0%

2.2%

.0%

.9%

3.2%

.0%

.0%

1.3%

4.1%

4.9%

2.4%

2.7%

3.4%

6.4%

34.6%

4.9%

1.3%

3.7%

19.4%

4.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-time
commutin
outside the
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 6. Do you agree or
disagree with people
who say that, even
though they may not
ever use them, they will,
in some way, benefit by
having expanded and
improved bus and public
transit services in
Hamilton County?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Agree
Disagree
Mixed opinion
DK/NA

Table Total

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MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

84.0%

78.2%

55.3%

77.7%

86.0%

71.7%

88.2%

87.2%

77.6%

58.0%

80.7%

13.5%

13.1%

24.3%

16.4%

8.7%

15.1%

9.8%

10.6%

17.6%

17.5%

13.5%

.5%

2.2%

.0%

1.4%

1.3%

.0%

.0%

.5%

.0%

9.1%

1.3%

2.0%

6.5%

20.4%

4.4%

4.0%

13.3%

2.0%

1.6%

4.8%

15.4%

4.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 6. Do you agree or
disagree with people
who say that, even
though they may not
ever use them, they will,
in some way, benefit by
having expanded and
improved bus and public
transit services in
Hamilton County?

Agree
Disagree
Mixed opinion
DK/NA

Table Total

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Table Total

Too high
Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

78.2%

82.8%

72.0%

90.6%

78.4%

87.4%

76.2%

81.1%

77.8%

80.1%

79.4%

80.7%

14.2%

12.9%

18.3%

6.6%

17.0%

9.4%

11.7%

13.8%

16.5%

12.8%

14.8%

13.5%

1.8%

.9%

1.7%

1.1%

1.1%

1.2%

1.9%

1.5%

1.1%

2.4%

1.3%

1.3%

5.8%

3.4%

8.0%

1.7%

3.5%

1.9%

10.2%

3.6%

4.7%

4.7%

4.4%

4.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 7. Would you say that
the current rate of
property taxes where you
live is too high, mostly
pretty fair or too low?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AGE GROUP:

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %
51.2%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
55.0%

18 to 29
Col %
36.8%

30 to 44
Col %
43.9%

45 to 59
Col %
63.3%

60 and
older
Col %
51.9%

DK/NA
Col %
100.0%

White
Col %
51.2%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
54.6%

Other
Col %
62.9%

DK/NA
Col %
70.4%

Col %
53.2%

41.5%

34.9%

45.5%

44.6%

31.4%

39.5%

.0%

41.5%

31.2%

28.8%

22.5%

38.1%

1.5%

.3%

.0%

3.6%

.0%

.4%

.0%

.9%

1.1%

.0%

.0%

.9%

5.9%
100.0%

9.8%
100.0%

17.7%
100.0%

7.9%
100.0%

5.3%
100.0%

8.2%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

6.3%
100.0%

13.1%
100.0%

8.3%
100.0%

7.1%
100.0%

7.9%
100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 7. Would you say that
the current rate of
property taxes where you
live is too high, mostly
pretty fair or too low?

Too high

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %
53.8%

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %
51.9%

38.9%
.8%
6.6%
100.0%

Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

Table Total

GENDER:

Q. 7. Would you say that
the current rate of
property taxes where you
live is too high, mostly
pretty fair or too low?
Table Total

Too high
Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %
69.2%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
56.2%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
47.3%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
66.5%

Under
$41,000
Col %
54.4%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
54.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
49.6%

DK/NA
Col %
57.5%

Col %
53.2%

37.6%

30.8%

39.3%

37.0%

25.3%

33.0%

36.7%

48.1%

27.5%

38.1%

1.0%

.0%

1.1%

.5%

.0%

.8%

1.7%

.5%

.0%

.9%

9.5%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

3.3%
100.0%

15.1%
100.0%

8.2%
100.0%

11.9%
100.0%

7.6%
100.0%

1.9%
100.0%

15.0%
100.0%

7.9%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
56.0%

Col %
53.2%
38.1%

Democrat
Col %
50.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
52.3%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
52.7%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
55.5%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
52.8%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
52.9%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
52.7%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

AREA:

Table
Total

Male
Col %
50.3%

Female
Col %
55.6%

Republica
n
Col %
56.9%

42.9%

34.0%

35.8%

41.5%

36.1%

35.6%

33.8%

42.0%

37.2%

40.6%

36.6%

.3%

1.3%

.8%

1.0%

.8%

2.1%

.0%

.0%

1.4%

.3%

1.1%

.9%

6.5%
100.0%

9.1%
100.0%

6.5%
100.0%

7.5%
100.0%

10.8%
100.0%

9.6%
100.0%

10.7%
100.0%

5.2%
100.0%

8.5%
100.0%

6.3%
100.0%

6.4%
100.0%

7.9%
100.0%

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Q. 8. Would you say that
the current rate of sales
taxes in Hamilton County
is too high, mostly pretty
fair or too low?

Q. 7. Would you say that the current rate of property
taxes where you live is too high, mostly pretty fair or
too low?
Too high
Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Col %
49.1%
17.5%
18.2%
21.9%

Too high
Pretty fair
DK/NA

77.6%

81.8%

63.7%

61.3%

.8%

1.8%

.0%

.0%

1.1%

1.2%
100.0%

3.1%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

14.5%
100.0%

3.0%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 8. Would you say that
the current rate of sales
taxes in Hamilton County
is too high, mostly pretty
fair or too low?

Too high
Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

Table Total

AGE GROUP:

Table Total

Too high

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
40.0%

18 to 29
Col %
21.5%

30 to 44
Col %
24.8%

45 to 59
Col %
37.9%

60 and
older
Col %
38.7%

DK/NA
Col %
100.0%

White
Col %
30.4%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
41.6%

Other
Col %
50.9%

DK/NA
Col %
54.6%

Col %
34.6%

67.5%

55.4%

72.0%

73.2%

59.4%

55.3%

.0%

66.0%

52.8%

45.7%

38.2%

61.3%

1.8%

.5%

2.6%

1.3%

.0%

1.8%

.0%

1.4%

.9%

.0%

.0%

1.1%

1.7%
100.0%

4.2%
100.0%

3.9%
100.0%

.7%
100.0%

2.7%
100.0%

4.2%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

2.2%
100.0%

4.8%
100.0%

3.4%
100.0%

7.1%
100.0%

3.0%
100.0%

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %
27.9%

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %
40.4%

68.6%
1.5%
2.1%
100.0%

Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %
29.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 8. Would you say that
the current rate of sales
taxes in Hamilton County
is too high, mostly pretty
fair or too low?

Col %
34.6%

48.9%

Too low

Table Total

Table
Total

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MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %
60.8%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
34.5%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
33.1%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
59.2%

Under
$41,000
Col %
43.3%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
33.1%

More than
$81,000
Col %
25.7%

DK/NA
Col %
42.6%

Col %
34.6%

54.8%

39.2%

62.3%

61.7%

32.6%

52.5%

62.4%

72.2%

49.7%

61.3%

.8%

.0%

1.2%

1.0%

.0%

1.5%

.8%

.9%

1.7%

1.1%

4.0%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

1.9%
100.0%

4.2%
100.0%

8.2%
100.0%

2.6%
100.0%

3.6%
100.0%

1.3%
100.0%

6.0%
100.0%

3.0%
100.0%

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Q. 8. Would you say that
the current rate of sales
taxes in Hamilton County
is too high, mostly pretty
fair or too low?

Too high
Pretty fair
Too low
DK/NA

Table Total

Democrat
Col %
31.2%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
35.0%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
33.1%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
39.3%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
32.7%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
35.7%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
34.4%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Table Total

The local schools
Preserving historic
buildings
Street and road surfaces
Law enforcement
services
Improved public transit
services
Public and community
health services
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

Col %
34.6%

Table
Total

Male
Col %
30.9%

Female
Col %
37.8%

Republica
n
Col %
37.9%

63.6%

59.3%

56.4%

64.9%

63.3%

62.8%

55.7%

63.4%

60.3%

61.2%

58.9%

61.3%

2.1%

.3%

1.9%

1.0%

.0%

.0%

3.3%

1.5%

.6%

1.6%

1.1%

1.1%

3.4%
100.0%

2.6%
100.0%

3.8%
100.0%

2.9%
100.0%

1.7%
100.0%

4.1%
100.0%

1.7%
100.0%

2.4%
100.0%

3.4%
100.0%

2.9%
100.0%

3.2%
100.0%

3.0%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 9. Which of
the following do
you think
should be the
top priority for
using available
tax dollars?

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
36.8%

AGE GROUP:

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
30.3%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
26.1%

18 to 29
Col %
41.4%

30 to 44
Col %
39.0%

45 to 59
Col %
26.2%

60 and
older
Col %
21.8%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%

White
Col %
25.7%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
35.1%

Other
Col %
36.6%

DK/NA
Col %
22.0%

Col %
28.1%

1.0%

2.3%

1.8%

3.7%

1.9%

.4%

.0%

2.0%

.0%

4.5%

.0%

1.7%

13.2%

19.2%

9.9%

10.8%

19.6%

17.9%

.0%

17.4%

13.5%

19.7%

4.6%

16.3%

25.0%

26.6%

19.4%

23.4%

25.7%

28.6%

30.8%

28.6%

16.0%

18.9%

41.5%

25.8%

3.8%

4.1%

2.4%

3.6%

3.3%

5.0%

.0%

4.3%

2.3%

6.9%

.0%

3.9%

14.5%

8.3%

16.5%

11.5%

9.6%

11.7%

.0%

9.3%

22.9%

.0%

.0%

11.3%

1.5%
10.3%
.3%
100.0%

.3%
10.7%
2.5%
100.0%

.0%
6.8%
1.8%
100.0%

1.2%
6.9%
.0%
100.0%

1.3%
12.4%
.0%
100.0%

.5%
10.7%
3.4%
100.0%

.0%
69.2%
.0%
100.0%

1.2%
10.1%
1.4%
100.0%

.0%
9.1%
1.1%
100.0%

.0%
13.5%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
24.8%
7.1%
100.0%

.9%
10.5%
1.4%
100.0%

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Q. 9. Which of
the following do
you think
should be the
top priority for
using available
tax dollars?

The local schools
Preserving historic
buildings
Street and road surfaces
Law enforcement
services
Improved public transit
services
Public and community
health services
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-time
commutin
outside the
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
33.8%
23.2%
8.4%

Table Total

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MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Table
Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
26.3%

Single/div
orced/wido
wed
Col %
31.8%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
18.1%

Under
$41,000
Col %
28.6%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
29.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
28.7%

DK/NA
Col %
24.1%

Col %
28.1%

2.6%

.8%

.0%

1.3%

2.3%

.0%

2.4%

.5%

2.4%

1.2%

1.7%

16.0%

17.2%

.0%

17.6%

14.9%

5.2%

11.3%

18.5%

18.5%

15.5%

16.3%

24.5%

26.8%

36.0%

27.7%

22.5%

32.3%

23.6%

23.6%

30.0%

25.3%

25.8%

2.6%

5.4%

.0%

3.9%

4.2%

.0%

4.5%

2.9%

5.3%

2.0%

3.9%

10.1%

12.5%

12.5%

9.7%

14.1%

8.2%

15.2%

13.4%

7.4%

8.0%

11.3%

1.1%
9.1%
.3%
100.0%

.7%
10.8%
2.6%
100.0%

.0%
43.0%
.0%
100.0%

1.5%
11.5%
.4%
100.0%

.0%
7.7%
2.5%
100.0%

.0%
28.0%
8.2%
100.0%

1.7%
10.9%
1.8%
100.0%

.0%
11.3%
.8%
100.0%

1.5%
6.2%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
18.5%
5.5%
100.0%

.9%
10.5%
1.4%
100.0%

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GENDER:

Q. 9. Which of
the following do
you think
should be the
top priority for
using available
tax dollars?

The local schools
Preserving historic
buildings
Street and road surfaces
Law enforcement
services
Improved public transit
services
Public and community
health services
Other
All/Combination/None
DK/NA

Table Total

Table Total

Col %
28.1%

Democrat
Col %
34.7%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
26.7%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
32.7%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
26.3%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
28.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
26.2%

1.7%

.0%

.0%

3.5%

1.4%

2.4%

1.4%

1.7%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

AREA:

Table
Total

Male
Col %
29.1%

Female
Col %
27.3%

Republica
n
Col %
22.4%

.9%

2.3%

.4%

2.9%

22.1%

11.3%

22.1%

14.4%

9.6%

12.6%

13.2%

18.5%

17.5%

18.7%

18.2%

16.3%

22.2%

29.0%

33.8%

15.4%

30.3%

23.4%

23.2%

22.5%

32.2%

25.9%

27.3%

25.8%

4.4%

3.5%

3.2%

6.6%

.6%

4.9%

5.3%

5.1%

1.4%

5.2%

4.5%

3.9%

9.4%

12.9%

3.6%

14.8%

18.3%

14.1%

11.8%

11.3%

9.4%

8.0%

9.5%

11.3%

.8%
11.2%
.0%
100.0%

1.0%
10.0%
2.6%
100.0%

1.3%
13.3%
.0%
100.0%

1.0%
7.8%
2.3%
100.0%

.0%
10.5%
2.3%
100.0%

1.0%
10.2%
1.2%
100.0%

.0%
18.5%
1.7%
100.0%

.7%
8.8%
1.5%
100.0%

1.3%
9.3%
1.4%
100.0%

.7%
13.4%
.0%
100.0%

1.1%
11.6%
1.0%
100.0%

.9%
10.5%
1.4%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 10. Compared to the
other priorities we just
discussed, how
important is it to fund
the expansion and
improvement of public
transit services, such as
the local bus system?

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
25.4%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
25.6%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

Very

24.1%

25.3%

15.7%

22.4%

21.4%

31.0%

.0%

23.0%

33.1%

24.6%

7.1%

24.7%

Somewhat

48.2%

48.7%

64.5%

45.4%

47.5%

46.6%

100.0%

48.4%

51.0%

33.7%

58.2%

48.4%

Not very

13.4%

15.3%

14.1%

17.4%

18.2%

9.8%

.0%

16.3%

5.4%

26.3%

9.2%

14.4%

Not at all

11.9%

9.3%

5.7%

10.5%

12.0%

10.6%

.0%

10.8%

7.2%

15.4%

19.2%

10.6%

DK/NA

2.3%

1.5%

.0%

4.2%

.9%

2.0%

.0%

1.5%

3.3%

.0%

6.3%

1.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 10. Compared to the
other priorities we just
discussed, how
important is it to fund
the expansion and
improvement of public
transit services, such as
the local bus system?

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

21.0%

28.9%

12.5%

20.4%

31.3%

28.7%

34.0%

26.3%

17.5%

20.4%

24.7%

Somewhat

50.6%

45.3%

75.7%

48.0%

47.4%

71.3%

47.5%

50.9%

49.1%

42.9%

48.4%

Not very

16.0%

13.3%

.0%

17.4%

10.6%

.0%

7.6%

14.6%

20.6%

12.2%

14.4%

Not at all

11.2%

9.9%

11.7%

12.8%

7.8%

.0%

10.9%

7.7%

11.0%

15.7%

10.6%

DK/NA

1.2%

2.6%

.0%

1.4%

2.9%

.0%

.0%

.5%

1.9%

8.8%

1.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

GENDER:

Male
Col %

Table Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Table
Total

Very

Table Total

Q. 10. Compared to the
other priorities we just
discussed, how
important is it to fund
the expansion and
improvement of public
transit services, such as
the local bus system?

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

Very

20.8%

28.0%

15.1%

37.3%

19.3%

32.3%

28.6%

24.6%

18.5%

24.9%

23.0%

24.7%

Somewhat

46.6%

50.0%

43.4%

49.9%

54.3%

53.4%

42.5%

45.8%

50.6%

46.9%

49.7%

48.4%

Not very

16.5%

12.6%

24.0%

6.9%

11.1%

10.1%

13.4%

16.4%

15.3%

16.2%

14.2%

14.4%

Not at all

13.2%

8.3%

14.3%

5.2%

13.5%

3.2%

10.0%

11.7%

14.2%

10.4%

11.6%

10.6%

2.9%

1.0%

3.2%

.7%

1.8%

1.0%

5.6%

1.5%

1.4%

1.6%

1.5%

1.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

DK/NA

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 11. At this time, do
you think too much,
about the right amount
or too little is being
spent in Hamilton
County on public transit
services, such as the
local bus system?
Table Total

Too much
About the right amount
Too little
DK/NA

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

Too much
About the right amount
Too little
DK/NA

Table Total

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Registered Voters

60 and
older
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

11.0%

13.0%

22.1%

11.6%

10.1%

12.0%

.0%

10.7%

13.0%

19.9%

20.7%

12.0%

34.3%

34.1%

36.5%

41.9%

37.7%

26.7%

30.8%

35.5%

33.3%

33.9%

9.4%

34.2%

26.5%

23.7%

29.4%

20.3%

25.0%

26.5%

34.6%

22.5%

33.9%

30.5%

12.7%

25.0%

28.3%

29.3%

12.0%

26.2%

27.3%

34.9%

34.6%

31.2%

19.8%

15.8%

57.2%

28.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 11. At this time, do
you think too much,
about the right amount
or too little is being
spent in Hamilton
County on public transit
services, such as the
local bus system?

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Working
full/part-tim
e outside
the home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

10.2%

13.5%

41.8%
24.6%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

20.1%

12.8%

11.2%

5.5%

27.1%

20.9%

35.8%

32.6%

25.0%

36.3%

21.8%

29.8%

DK/NA
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

Table
Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

15.2%

9.6%

11.8%

11.9%

12.0%

20.7%

30.3%

41.4%

35.0%

22.9%

34.2%

28.8%

30.7%

23.5%

21.8%

25.3%

25.0%

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

23.4%

34.4%

22.7%

29.6%

26.3%

45.0%

23.8%

25.5%

31.4%

39.9%

28.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 11. At this time, do
you think too much,
about the right amount
or too little is being
spent in Hamilton
County on public transit
services, such as the
local bus system?
Table Total

Too much

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

Table Total

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

12.0%

15.5%

7.4%

14.0%

8.7%

9.7%

9.5%

17.7%

13.6%

12.8%

12.0%

39.5%

29.7%

35.2%

31.9%

36.3%

28.2%

35.6%

36.5%

34.9%

35.4%

34.2%

34.2%

25.1%

24.9%

17.6%

35.6%

19.5%

32.8%

30.8%

24.7%

18.1%

26.4%

25.0%

25.0%

23.4%

33.3%

31.7%

25.1%

30.2%

30.3%

23.9%

29.3%

29.3%

24.7%

27.9%

28.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

About the right amount
Too little
DK/NA

Every day
Once a week
Once a month
Special occasions
Not at all
DK/NA

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

12.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 12. Which of
following best
describes how
often you use
public transit, such
as METRO buses?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
2.4%
3.5%
6.8%
20.4%
65.2%
1.7%
100.0%

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Registered Voters

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
2.9%
3.5%
5.5%
22.4%
65.3%
.4%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
8.4%
2.1%
7.7%
19.9%
61.8%
.0%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
2.2%
4.1%
6.5%
21.7%
63.8%
1.8%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
2.6%
2.8%
6.4%
23.6%
63.9%
.7%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %
1.8%
4.1%
5.0%
19.6%
68.4%
1.1%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
.0%
30.8%
34.6%
34.6%
.0%
100.0%

White
Col %
1.8%
2.0%
5.5%
22.4%
67.4%
.9%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
5.8%
9.0%
7.1%
19.3%
58.9%
.0%
100.0%

Other
Col %
3.5%
.0%
10.1%
22.9%
57.0%
6.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
7.1%
6.7%
11.5%
74.7%
.0%
100.0%

Col %
2.7%
3.5%
6.1%
21.4%
65.3%
1.0%
100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 12. Which of
following best
describes how
often you use
public transit, such
as METRO buses?

Every day
Once a week
Once a month
Special occasions
Not at all
DK/NA

Table Total

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %
3.6%
2.1%
6.6%
22.4%
64.4%
.9%
100.0%

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %
1.9%
5.0%
5.1%
20.4%
66.6%
1.1%
100.0%

GENDER:

Q. 12. Which of
following best
describes how
often you use
public transit, such
as METRO buses?
Table Total

Every day
Once a week
Once a month
Special occasions
Not at all
DK/NA

Male
Col %
1.8%
3.9%
6.9%
22.4%
64.2%
.9%
100.0%

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Female
Col %
3.4%
3.2%
5.5%
20.7%
66.2%
1.1%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
.0%
24.3%
23.7%
52.0%
.0%
100.0%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
1.8%
1.7%
5.6%
22.6%
67.4%
1.0%
100.0%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
4.2%
6.0%
6.3%
20.3%
62.1%
1.1%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Republica
n
Col %
.6%
2.2%
1.9%
18.9%
74.7%
1.6%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Democrat
Col %
4.4%
4.7%
11.2%
23.1%
55.6%
1.0%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
3.2%
3.5%
4.7%
22.8%
65.9%
.0%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
.0%
8.2%
15.8%
13.4%
62.7%
.0%
100.0%

Under
$41,000
Col %
6.2%
6.2%
7.1%
23.9%
54.9%
1.6%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
.5%
4.0%
4.0%
25.1%
66.5%
.0%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
5.2%
7.5%
11.3%
25.2%
48.8%
2.0%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
5.5%
10.4%
8.1%
26.4%
47.9%
1.6%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
2.1%
.8%
5.7%
18.3%
72.4%
.7%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
.5%
1.0%
2.5%
20.4%
75.2%
.5%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
1.4%
.0%
7.6%
19.6%
70.3%
1.1%
100.0%

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %
3.8%
5.3%
6.0%
12.4%
70.7%
1.8%
100.0%

Col %
2.7%
3.5%
6.1%
21.4%
65.3%
1.0%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
1.2%
2.9%
7.1%
21.9%
65.2%
1.7%
100.0%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
1.8%
2.7%
6.7%
21.5%
66.0%
1.2%
100.0%

Col %
2.7%
3.5%
6.1%
21.4%
65.3%
1.0%
100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 13. Do you know of
a family member or
friend, or, perhaps, a
co-worker or neighbor,
who relies on METRO?

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

52.9%

53.3%

64.5%

62.1%

60.8%

39.2%

65.4%

47.1%

69.8%

64.9%

57.0%

53.1%

No

45.5%

45.3%

35.5%

37.9%

38.1%

57.9%

34.6%

51.5%

28.9%

31.7%

43.0%

45.4%

DK/NA

1.6%

1.4%

.0%

.0%

1.1%

2.9%

.0%

1.4%

1.3%

3.4%

.0%

1.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/o
e outside
ther
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 13. Do you know of
a family member or
friend, or, perhaps, a
co-worker or neighbor,
who relies on METRO?

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

Yes

62.0%

44.1%

56.4%

50.3%

57.3%

56.5%

58.8%

56.8%

51.9%

36.2%

53.1%

No

38.0%

52.9%

43.6%

48.9%

40.1%

43.5%

38.4%

42.0%

48.1%

60.6%

45.4%

.0%

3.0%

.0%

.8%

2.6%

.0%

2.8%

1.1%

.0%

3.2%

1.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

DK/NA

Table Total

GENDER:

Male
Col %

Table Total

60 and
older
Col %

Yes

Table Total

Q. 13. Do you know of
a family member or
friend, or, perhaps, a
co-worker or neighbor,
who relies on METRO?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Col %

Yes

44.3%

60.6%

35.9%

67.4%

57.5%

61.0%

66.2%

47.6%

48.6%

51.5%

52.9%

53.1%

No

54.0%

38.2%

63.1%

30.2%

41.7%

36.1%

31.8%

52.4%

49.4%

48.5%

46.0%

45.4%

DK/NA

1.8%

1.2%

.9%

2.4%

.8%

2.9%

2.0%

.0%

1.9%

.0%

1.1%

1.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
Q. 14A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

For

Q. 14B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

For

Q. 14B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

48.1%

.0%

71.7%

51.1%

47.6%

41.2%

.0%

48.4%

54.9%

42.8%

11.4%

48.1%

47.4%

.0%

22.5%

39.6%

47.3%

57.9%

100.0%

46.9%

41.0%

50.2%

88.6%

47.4%

4.6%

.0%

5.8%

9.3%

5.0%

.9%

.0%

4.7%

4.1%

7.0%

.0%

4.6%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

43.1%
48.9%
8.1%
100.0%

59.5%
32.8%
7.6%
100.0%

47.2%
44.8%
8.0%
100.0%

37.6%
57.8%
4.5%
100.0%

42.9%
45.7%
11.4%
100.0%

47.1%
52.9%
.0%
100.0%

42.2%
49.4%
8.4%
100.0%

54.1%
43.6%
2.3%
100.0%

32.3%
59.0%
8.7%
100.0%

.0%
53.6%
46.4%
100.0%

43.1%
48.9%
8.1%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 14A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

54.0%

42.8%

17.0%

46.1%

54.5%

13.5%

59.7%

55.7%

41.6%

24.0%

48.1%

40.9%

52.9%

83.0%

48.8%

41.6%

86.5%

39.1%

40.9%

52.3%

65.9%

47.4%

5.0%

4.3%

.0%

5.2%

3.9%

.0%

1.2%

3.4%

6.1%

10.0%

4.6%

46.1%
49.7%
4.2%
100.0%

41.3%
47.9%
10.9%
100.0%

.0%
65.6%
34.4%
100.0%

36.5%
57.0%
6.6%
100.0%

54.6%
38.0%
7.4%
100.0%

12.1%
30.7%
57.2%
100.0%

51.1%
40.2%
8.7%
100.0%

43.0%
52.0%
5.0%
100.0%

42.0%
56.8%
1.3%
100.0%

29.8%
39.7%
30.5%
100.0%

43.1%
48.9%
8.1%
100.0%

DK/NA

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Hamilton County, Ohio
9/15/2014 – 9/19/2014
N=503, +/- 4.36%
Registered Voters

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 14A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

For

Q. 14B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

44.7%

50.7%

23.6%

66.2%

55.3%

58.9%

55.8%

47.7%

37.9%

44.6%

46.7%

48.1%

50.7%

44.8%

69.7%

29.4%

42.9%

35.9%

40.5%

48.9%

56.5%

53.0%

48.7%

47.4%

4.6%

4.5%

6.7%

4.5%

1.9%

5.3%

3.7%

3.4%

5.5%

2.4%

4.6%

4.6%

34.2%
60.8%
5.0%
100.0%

51.2%
38.0%
10.9%
100.0%

34.7%
61.4%
3.9%
100.0%

52.6%
36.2%
11.2%
100.0%

40.6%
49.0%
10.4%
100.0%

56.7%
34.5%
8.8%
100.0%

37.8%
52.0%
10.2%
100.0%

42.8%
48.3%
8.9%
100.0%

37.5%
56.7%
5.7%
100.0%

43.1%
49.5%
7.4%
100.0%

41.9%
51.8%
6.3%
100.0%

43.1%
48.9%
8.1%
100.0%

DK/NA

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 15A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 15B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

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Registered Voters

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

75.6%

11.3%

6.4%

.0%

.0%

.0%

42.0%

18.8%

87.2%

48.5%

.0%

.0%

.0%

52.5%

5.6%

1.5%

45.1%

.0%

.0%

.0%

5.5%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

71.8%
24.9%
3.3%
100.0%

6.3%
90.8%
2.9%
100.0%

26.9%
35.5%
37.6%
100.0%

36.1%
58.0%
5.9%
100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %
Q. 15A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 15B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

For

Q. 15B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent sales
tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

42.0%

.0%

51.4%

48.9%

41.7%

35.9%

.0%

43.4%

47.4%

23.3%

11.4%

42.0%

52.5%

.0%

44.6%

44.0%

52.2%

59.7%

100.0%

50.3%

47.1%

76.7%

88.6%

52.5%

5.5%

.0%

4.0%

7.1%

6.1%

4.4%

.0%

6.2%

5.5%

.0%

.0%

5.5%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

36.1%
58.0%
5.9%
100.0%

51.8%
39.3%
8.9%
100.0%

37.9%
52.8%
9.3%
100.0%

27.7%
69.9%
2.4%
100.0%

38.6%
54.3%
7.1%
100.0%

100.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

33.1%
60.9%
6.0%
100.0%

46.2%
49.4%
4.5%
100.0%

34.5%
60.0%
5.5%
100.0%

43.3%
42.1%
14.6%
100.0%

36.1%
58.0%
5.9%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 15A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

46.2%

38.4%

46.3%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

17.0%

39.0%

49.6%

13.5%

58.1%

83.0%

53.9%

47.3%

7.5%

3.5%

.0%

7.2%

34.7%
59.4%
5.9%
100.0%

36.8%
57.9%
5.4%
100.0%

65.6%
.0%
34.4%
100.0%

29.6%
66.2%
4.2%
100.0%

Against
DK/NA

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DK/NA
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

Table
Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

54.9%

44.7%

41.3%

13.2%

42.0%

86.5%

42.5%

48.5%

52.4%

80.7%

52.5%

3.1%

.0%

2.6%

6.8%

6.3%

6.1%

5.5%

44.4%
49.1%
6.5%
100.0%

61.7%
.0%
38.3%
100.0%

40.9%
54.6%
4.5%
100.0%

36.7%
59.9%
3.4%
100.0%

31.3%
66.2%
2.5%
100.0%

37.0%
40.2%
22.8%
100.0%

36.1%
58.0%
5.9%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 15A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 15B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

Table Total

More likely
Less likely
No difference
DK/NA

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

42.2%

41.8%

26.9%

54.8%

44.2%

53.4%

42.0%

41.4%

34.8%

35.7%

39.3%

42.0%

55.7%

50.1%

67.7%

36.6%

54.5%

37.5%

58.0%

53.6%

59.4%

58.1%

54.9%

52.5%

2.1%

8.1%

5.4%

8.7%

1.3%

9.1%

.0%

5.0%

5.8%

6.2%

5.8%

5.5%

31.1%
64.3%
4.6%
100.0%

40.7%
52.2%
7.1%
100.0%

22.6%
72.5%
5.0%
100.0%

49.1%
45.1%
5.8%
100.0%

37.6%
54.2%
8.2%
100.0%

50.3%
40.4%
9.2%
100.0%

44.1%
52.6%
3.2%
100.0%

36.1%
60.0%
3.9%
100.0%

24.5%
67.9%
7.6%
100.0%

35.2%
58.6%
6.2%
100.0%

33.8%
60.0%
6.3%
100.0%

36.1%
58.0%
5.9%
100.0%

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 16. Generally
speaking, if the METRO
system reduces the city
earnings tax currently
being collected for transit
by more than 30%, would
you be more or less likely
to support a sales tax
increase to improve
public transit and bus
services or would it...

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

39.1%

32.0%

.0%

17.3%

13.8%

16.3%

36.7%

31.6%

40.6%

17.5%

16.3%

.0%

25.7%

12.2%

22.4%

.0%

8.5%

12.9%

.0%

14.4%

18.6%

.0%

6.1%

14.6%

.0%

12.7%

48.7%

42.6%

53.6%

65.4%

63.6%

56.1%

46.6%

47.4%

39.9%

67.7%

62.9%

41.9%

54.7%

.0%

3.0%

46.4%

8.8%

9.6%

27.6%

2.3%

2.4%

19.5%

8.7%

6.1%

58.1%

6.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 16. Generally
speaking, if the METRO
system reduces the city
earnings tax currently
being collected for transit
by more than 30%, would
you be more or less likely
to support a sales tax
increase to improve
public transit and bus
services or would it...

More likely
Less likely
No difference
DK/NA

Table Total

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

34.6%

15.8%

45.5%

26.4%

33.5%

18.7%

.0%

23.9%

27.7%

45.7%

.0%

25.7%

15.5%

9.5%

17.4%

5.7%

8.8%

16.6%

34.6%

13.4%

12.9%

.0%

22.9%

12.7%

46.6%

63.8%

28.6%

62.2%

55.6%

54.4%

65.4%

56.6%

53.9%

47.1%

54.7%

54.7%

3.3%

10.9%

8.4%

5.6%

2.1%

10.4%

.0%

6.1%

5.6%

7.2%

22.4%

6.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-time
g/retired/ot
outside the
her
home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 16. Generally
speaking, if the METRO
system reduces the city
earnings tax currently
being collected for transit
by more than 30%, would
you be more or less likely
to support a sales tax
increase to improve
public transit and bus
services or would it...

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

More likely
Less likely
No difference
DK/NA

Table Total

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MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

30.3%

24.2%

.0%

34.4%

19.7%

.0%

28.4%

31.7%

30.8%

6.6%

25.7%

5.7%

14.5%

58.6%

10.5%

9.7%

56.5%

16.6%

3.8%

12.3%

20.4%

12.7%

61.0%

51.9%

28.5%

52.7%

60.9%

21.5%

52.8%

60.6%

48.1%

55.8%

54.7%

3.0%

9.5%

12.8%

2.4%

9.8%

22.0%

2.2%

4.0%

8.8%

17.2%

6.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 16. Generally
speaking, if the METRO
system reduces the city
earnings tax currently
being collected for transit
by more than 30%, would
you be more or less likely
to support a sales tax
increase to improve
public transit and bus
services or would it...

More likely

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

Table Total

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

25.4%

25.1%

28.0%

23.7%

28.7%

.0%

.0%

27.6%

25.2%

25.7%

4.8%

18.3%

8.8%

14.6%

12.9%

14.5%

10.0%

.0%

.0%

14.8%

13.1%

12.7%

61.0%

50.2%

58.8%

53.4%

52.5%

51.5%

59.6%

.0%

.0%

53.3%

55.8%

54.7%

6.0%

7.5%

6.9%

6.9%

6.7%

10.3%

1.7%

.0%

.0%

4.3%

5.9%

6.9%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 17. Do you agree or
disagree that…A sales
tax is the best way to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, because
everyone pays it,
including renters,
visitors and tourists?

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

23.9%

DK/NA

Table Total

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

28.2%

Less likely
No difference

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

Agree
84.4%

39.3%

34.8%

83.2%

42.6%

71.3%

91.1%

37.6%

50.8%

81.8%

49.1%

74.1%

61.6%

13.8%

59.8%

36.7%

16.8%

56.7%

8.8%

7.0%

61.1%

29.0%

18.2%

48.9%

12.6%

36.2%

1.8%

.9%

28.5%

.0%

.6%

19.8%

1.9%

1.3%

20.2%

.0%

1.9%

13.3%

2.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
Half-cent
tax
sales tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 17. Do you agree or
disagree that…A sales
tax is the best way to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, because
everyone pays it,
including renters,
visitors and tourists?

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

60.8%

62.4%

82.0%

62.1%

53.8%

63.7%

65.4%

63.1%

61.2%

52.4%

47.2%

61.6%

36.6%

35.7%

18.0%

37.9%

43.0%

33.2%

34.6%

34.0%

38.8%

44.2%

52.8%

36.2%

2.6%

1.9%

.0%

.0%

3.2%

3.1%

.0%

2.9%

.0%

3.4%

.0%

2.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table Total

60 and
older
Col %

Agree

Table Total

Q. 17. Do you agree or
disagree that…A sales
tax is the best way to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, because
everyone pays it,
including renters,
visitors and tourists?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

Agree
64.5%

59.4%

42.8%

59.2%

66.9%

41.3%

66.1%

69.8%

55.3%

48.8%

61.6%

33.8%

37.8%

57.2%

38.4%

31.6%

49.2%

33.9%

27.6%

43.0%

44.2%

36.2%

1.8%

2.8%

.0%

2.4%

1.5%

9.6%

.0%

2.6%

1.7%

7.0%

2.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree
DK/NA

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Male
Col %
Q. 17. Do you agree or
disagree that…A sales
tax is the best way to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, because
everyone pays it,
including renters,
visitors and tourists?

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

57.3%

65.3%

54.7%

66.7%

64.5%

64.6%

67.3%

58.3%

60.9%

61.6%

58.8%

61.6%

40.3%

32.7%

42.8%

30.7%

34.2%

32.5%

32.7%

39.5%

36.3%

36.7%

38.6%

36.2%

2.5%

2.0%

2.5%

2.5%

1.3%

2.9%

.0%

2.2%

2.8%

1.7%

2.6%

2.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree
DK/NA

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table Total

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Agree

Table Total

Q. 18. Do you agree or
disagree that…You
would be more likely to
support a sales tax to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, if none of the
money is used for the
Cincinnati streetcar?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

Agree
59.3%

60.4%

48.5%

59.8%

55.0%

60.1%

56.7%

62.6%

48.4%

56.6%

58.8%

49.5%

58.4%

31.9%

38.8%

40.3%

37.6%

34.5%

13.9%

34.5%

35.7%

41.9%

39.1%

32.1%

24.5%

34.8%

8.8%

.8%

11.1%

2.6%

10.5%

26.0%

8.8%

1.7%

9.7%

4.3%

9.1%

26.0%

6.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

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SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
Q. 18. Do you agree or
disagree that…You
would be more likely to
support a sales tax to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, if none of the
money is used for the
Cincinnati streetcar?

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

59.3%

57.5%

50.0%

56.1%

59.8%

60.0%

65.4%

57.3%

63.5%

55.8%

51.6%

58.4%

35.5%

34.2%

37.3%

37.3%

34.5%

33.4%

34.6%

35.3%

33.4%

39.8%

24.4%

34.8%

5.1%

8.4%

12.7%

6.7%

5.7%

6.6%

.0%

7.3%

3.1%

4.4%

24.0%

6.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table Total

60 and
older
Col %

Agree

Table Total

Q. 18. Do you agree or
disagree that…You
would be more likely to
support a sales tax to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, if none of the
money is used for the
Cincinnati streetcar?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

Agree
57.8%

59.4%

43.9%

61.0%

55.8%

35.7%

59.5%

64.5%

54.6%

50.8%

58.4%

36.7%

32.9%

37.1%

33.7%

36.5%

36.8%

35.0%

28.9%

41.1%

33.4%

34.8%

5.4%

7.7%

19.1%

5.2%

7.8%

27.5%

5.5%

6.6%

4.2%

15.8%

6.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree
DK/NA

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Male
Col %
Q. 18. Do you agree or
disagree that…You
would be more likely to
support a sales tax to
fund public transit
improvements and
upgrades, if none of the
money is used for the
Cincinnati streetcar?

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

58.1%

58.6%

64.5%

49.3%

63.5%

51.5%

57.3%

58.5%

63.0%

60.2%

59.7%

58.4%

34.8%

34.9%

28.6%

43.4%

30.7%

43.4%

39.4%

31.4%

31.3%

34.9%

34.2%

34.8%

7.0%

6.6%

6.8%

7.4%

5.8%

5.1%

3.3%

10.1%

5.7%

4.9%

6.0%

6.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table Total

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Agree

Table Total

Q. 19. Do you agree or
disagree that…Any
additional tax dollars for
transportation should be
spent to resurface and
widen existing roads and
highways, rather than on
buses and public transit?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

38.7%

72.5%

47.5%

48.9%

77.3%

36.0%

38.0%

70.5%

39.0%

42.7%

76.1%

37.4%

58.5%

54.1%

24.4%

52.5%

43.7%

19.1%

31.9%

55.8%

25.2%

61.0%

49.2%

19.7%

26.1%

35.2%

7.2%

3.0%

.0%

7.4%

3.5%

32.1%

6.2%

4.3%

.0%

8.1%

4.2%

36.5%

6.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %
Q. 19. Do you agree or
disagree that…Any
additional tax dollars for
transportation should be
spent to resurface and
widen existing roads and
highways, rather than on
buses and public transit?

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

Table Total

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

Table Total

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

55.1%

61.7%

65.9%

53.8%

61.4%

56.3%

100.0%

59.4%

55.6%

58.7%

58.1%

58.5%

40.0%

30.7%

31.1%

41.3%

35.2%

33.6%

.0%

34.2%

39.6%

38.7%

22.3%

35.2%

4.9%

7.5%

3.1%

4.9%

3.4%

10.2%

.0%

6.4%

4.7%

2.6%

19.5%

6.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 19. Do you agree or
disagree that…Any
additional tax dollars for
transportation should be
spent to resurface and
widen existing roads and
highways, rather than on
buses and public transit?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

60.3%

57.3%

35.4%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

44.1%

61.2%

56.5%

28.0%

34.7%

45.2%

32.4%

39.2%

4.3%

8.0%

10.7%

6.4%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Agree
Disagree
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DK/NA
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

Table
Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

54.2%

61.4%

60.5%

55.3%

58.5%

42.1%

39.9%

34.2%

34.6%

30.1%

35.2%

4.3%

30.0%

5.9%

4.4%

4.8%

14.6%

6.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

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Male
Col %
Q. 19. Do you agree or
disagree that…Any
additional tax dollars for
transportation should be
spent to resurface and
widen existing roads and
highways, rather than on
buses and public transit?

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

Table Total

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

Table Total

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

64.2%

53.7%

68.6%

48.9%

58.1%

42.5%

59.5%

58.4%

68.4%

57.0%

59.1%

58.5%

29.3%

40.3%

26.3%

43.7%

35.7%

50.2%

30.2%

35.7%

27.4%

36.8%

35.2%

35.2%

6.5%

6.0%

5.1%

7.4%

6.2%

7.3%

10.3%

5.9%

4.2%

6.1%

5.8%

6.2%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 20. Do you agree or
disagree that…Taxes
should only be raised to
preserve existing public
transit service levels,
but should not be
raised to pay for new or
expanded services?

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

21.0%

66.1%

23.9%

34.8%

51.2%

35.3%

21.7%

60.7%

27.3%

30.8%

54.2%

5.1%

42.7%

77.0%

28.9%

26.3%

62.3%

44.3%

33.4%

77.7%

32.8%

37.4%

63.4%

42.8%

58.9%

51.5%

2.1%

5.0%

49.8%

2.9%

4.4%

31.3%

.7%

6.5%

35.3%

5.8%

2.9%

36.0%

5.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 20. Do you agree or
disagree that…Taxes
should only be raised to
preserve existing public
transit service levels,
but should not be
raised to pay for new or
expanded services?

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

Table Total

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

Table Total

Agree
Disagree

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

42.5%

42.9%

41.4%

30.3%

47.3%

45.1%

65.4%

42.1%

46.5%

31.4%

51.7%

42.7%

51.9%

51.2%

55.5%

60.7%

48.2%

49.1%

34.6%

52.9%

48.1%

62.7%

23.9%

51.5%

5.6%

5.9%

3.1%

9.0%

4.5%

5.9%

.0%

5.1%

5.5%

6.0%

24.4%

5.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/o
e outside
ther
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 20. Do you agree or
disagree that…Taxes
should only be raised to
preserve existing public
transit service levels,
but should not be
raised to pay for new or
expanded services?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

40.8%

44.5%

44.7%

42.2%

44.4%

28.3%

48.3%

45.5%

38.2%

36.0%

42.7%

54.4%

48.9%

44.7%

53.1%

50.2%

36.1%

50.3%

52.6%

54.6%

44.1%

51.5%

4.8%

6.6%

10.7%

4.7%

5.4%

35.5%

1.4%

2.0%

7.2%

19.9%

5.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

DK/NA

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Male
Col %
Q. 20. Do you agree or
disagree that…Taxes
should only be raised to
preserve existing public
transit service levels,
but should not be
raised to pay for new or
expanded services?

Agree
Disagree
DK/NA

Table Total

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Table Total

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

43.0%

42.4%

49.2%

38.1%

39.7%

32.6%

49.9%

40.8%

48.1%

45.0%

46.0%

42.7%

51.5%

51.5%

43.9%

55.8%

57.0%

59.5%

42.9%

53.3%

48.2%

51.0%

49.0%

51.5%

5.5%

6.0%

6.9%

6.1%

3.4%

7.9%

7.2%

5.8%

3.8%

4.0%

5.0%

5.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
Half-cent
nt sales
sales tax
tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 21. Do you agree or
disagree that…Even
though you may not use
public transit, ensuring
that the system can
provide transportation
to seniors, students,
workers and people
without cars is essential
to the economy and the
basic quality of life...

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

Agree
94.1%

91.7%

98.2%

94.5%

93.5%

90.2%

100.0%

92.8%

94.5%

91.5%

84.5%

92.9%

3.8%

7.0%

1.8%

5.5%

5.9%

5.9%

.0%

6.0%

2.2%

8.5%

9.4%

5.4%

2.1%

1.3%

.0%

.0%

.6%

4.0%

.0%

1.2%

3.3%

.0%

6.1%

1.7%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 21. Do you agree or
disagree that…Even
though you may not use
public transit, ensuring
that the system can
provide transportation to
seniors, students,
workers and people
without cars is essential
to the economy and the
basic quality of life...

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

95.9%

89.9%

91.6%

92.2%

94.2%

87.6%

92.2%

95.9%

93.6%

85.2%

92.9%

4.1%

6.6%

8.4%

6.6%

3.7%

5.5%

6.6%

3.3%

6.4%

6.1%

5.4%

.0%

3.5%

.0%

1.2%

2.2%

6.9%

1.2%

.8%

.0%

8.7%

1.7%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Disagree

DK/NA

GENDER:

Male
Col %

Table Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Table
Total

Agree

Table Total

Q. 21. Do you agree or
disagree that…Even
though you may not use
public transit, ensuring
that the system can
provide transportation to
seniors, students,
workers and people
without cars is essential
to the economy and the
basic quality of life...

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

Agree
90.8%

94.6%

88.1%

96.6%

94.5%

93.6%

94.8%

91.2%

93.4%

92.8%

92.2%

92.9%

7.9%

3.4%

10.3%

.6%

5.5%

4.3%

3.2%

7.3%

5.1%

5.9%

6.4%

5.4%

1.4%

2.0%

1.6%

2.8%

.0%

2.1%

2.0%

1.5%

1.5%

1.3%

1.5%

1.7%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Disagree

DK/NA

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 22. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide service
earlier in the
mornings and later in
the evenings?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Q. 22. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide service
earlier in the
mornings and later in
the evenings?
Table Total

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
46.5%
33.5%
14.0%
2.1%
3.9%
100.0%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
43.5%
32.8%
15.1%
1.7%
6.9%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
57.1%
28.0%
10.8%
.0%
4.2%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
51.1%
34.5%
8.5%
3.0%
3.0%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/o
e outside
ther
the home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
47.6%
41.9%
57.4%
33.2%
33.9%
11.7%
14.3%
15.0%
8.4%
1.6%
1.8%
11.7%
3.3%
7.5%
10.7%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

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45 to 59
Col %
37.9%
40.1%
15.7%
1.7%
4.5%
100.0%

60 and
older
Col %
44.5%
28.1%
17.7%
1.8%
8.0%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
100.0%
.0%
.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
38.5%
38.0%
16.8%
2.2%
4.6%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
55.3%
26.8%
11.6%
1.5%
4.8%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
44.4%
15.8%
5.5%
.0%
34.3%
100.0%

White
Col %
37.6%
38.1%
16.7%
1.4%
6.2%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
70.8%
17.1%
7.6%
3.3%
1.1%
100.0%

Other
Col %
51.9%
34.5%
7.3%
.0%
6.3%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
25.8%
26.2%
24.4%
6.7%
17.0%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %
53.8%
30.2%
12.2%
1.5%
2.2%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
51.0%
28.8%
13.0%
2.5%
4.8%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
35.0%
42.4%
15.5%
1.1%
5.9%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
37.5%
27.1%
20.3%
3.0%
12.1%
100.0%

Col %
45.0%
33.2%
14.5%
1.9%
5.5%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
45.0%
33.2%
14.5%
1.9%
5.5%
100.0%

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Q. 22. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide service
earlier in the
mornings and later in
the evenings?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Male
Col %
39.5%
31.8%
18.9%
2.7%
7.1%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %
49.7%
34.3%
10.8%
1.1%
4.1%
100.0%

Republica
n
Col %
28.5%
38.5%
22.2%
2.3%
8.5%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
62.5%
25.9%
7.4%
1.0%
3.3%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
42.9%
36.5%
13.9%
2.6%
4.1%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
Q. 23. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Add more service
on major corridors such
as Glenway Avenue,
Hamilton Avenue, Vine
Street, Reading Road,
and Madison Road?
Table Total

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
53.0%
27.2%
8.8%
2.1%
9.0%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
51.7%
26.7%
16.6%
3.5%
1.6%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
42.9%
33.7%
16.7%
1.5%
5.2%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
39.5%
39.0%
14.9%
1.5%
5.2%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
40.9%
34.4%
17.2%
1.5%
6.0%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
42.8%
34.6%
15.1%
1.6%
5.9%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

Col %
45.0%
33.2%
14.5%
1.9%
5.5%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

High

44.6%

35.5%

48.7%

41.8%

35.8%

40.3%

65.4%

35.8%

53.4%

55.6%

15.6%

39.9%

Medium

29.1%

33.5%

30.8%

32.2%

39.3%

24.7%

.0%

34.7%

26.3%

16.2%

17.4%

31.4%

Low

16.0%

20.3%

14.5%

16.9%

15.7%

22.2%

.0%

18.7%

15.9%

14.8%

29.1%

18.2%

2.8%

3.2%

.0%

3.8%

3.1%

3.2%

.0%

3.1%

2.0%

3.7%

6.7%

3.0%

Not a priority
DK/NA

7.5%

7.5%

6.0%

5.4%

6.1%

9.7%

34.6%

7.8%

2.3%

9.7%

31.2%

7.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 23. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Add more service
on major corridors such
as Glenway Avenue,
Hamilton Avenue, Vine
Street, Reading Road,
and Madison Road?

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

41.1%

38.5%

47.7%

35.2%

48.0%

31.0%

43.6%

50.9%

33.5%

22.3%

39.9%

Medium

33.2%

30.2%

11.7%

33.5%

29.7%

7.6%

30.2%

27.8%

35.0%

33.1%

31.4%

Low

18.9%

17.5%

16.8%

20.0%

15.5%

18.0%

19.4%

10.5%

23.6%

21.2%

18.2%

1.1%

4.6%

11.7%

2.8%

3.5%

.0%

1.8%

1.7%

3.1%

8.4%

3.0%

Not a priority
DK/NA

5.7%

9.2%

12.0%

8.5%

3.4%

43.3%

5.2%

9.0%

4.8%

15.0%

7.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

GENDER:

Male
Col %

Table Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Table
Total

High

Table Total

Q. 23. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Add more service
on major corridors such
as Glenway Avenue,
Hamilton Avenue, Vine
Street, Reading Road,
and Madison Road?

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

High

38.1%

41.5%

32.5%

51.3%

32.9%

52.3%

45.7%

36.8%

33.1%

40.9%

38.5%

39.9%

Medium

31.9%

30.9%

30.3%

27.5%

39.6%

23.3%

24.4%

33.3%

37.2%

30.3%

32.0%

31.4%

Low

17.4%

18.9%

23.2%

15.6%

14.3%

13.3%

20.1%

18.8%

19.9%

19.8%

18.9%

18.2%

5.8%

.7%

4.5%

1.0%

3.9%

2.1%

3.1%

4.4%

2.0%

2.9%

3.2%

3.0%

Not a priority
DK/NA

6.9%

8.0%

9.4%

4.6%

9.2%

8.9%

6.7%

6.6%

8.0%

6.1%

7.4%

7.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 24. How much of
a priority should it
be to…Offer more
weekend service?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Q. 24. How much of
a priority should it
be to…Offer more
weekend service?
Table Total

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
37.7%
35.6%
20.6%
2.0%
4.2%
100.0%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
26.7%
43.0%
21.4%
4.2%
4.6%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
46.2%
31.3%
15.4%
2.4%
4.8%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
33.4%
42.8%
19.8%
3.0%
1.0%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/ot
e outside
her
DK/NA
the home
Col %
Col %
Col %
29.7%
34.2%
36.8%
43.5%
35.7%
31.1%
22.1%
20.3%
8.4%
2.4%
3.5%
11.7%
2.3%
6.3%
12.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

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45 to 59
Col %
27.0%
40.8%
23.3%
3.8%
5.1%
100.0%

60 and
older
Col %
32.7%
38.3%
21.1%
2.8%
5.1%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
30.8%
34.6%
.0%
.0%
34.6%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
25.7%
41.5%
25.6%
3.0%
4.2%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
42.8%
37.1%
14.7%
3.1%
2.3%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
23.9%
27.3%
5.5%
5.6%
37.7%
100.0%

White
Col %
24.6%
44.1%
24.0%
2.7%
4.6%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
59.3%
28.5%
10.1%
2.0%
.0%
100.0%

Other
Col %
34.9%
28.1%
23.5%
3.7%
9.7%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
13.0%
26.1%
21.6%
19.3%
20.0%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %
41.7%
36.9%
14.0%
2.9%
4.4%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
32.9%
39.6%
23.3%
1.7%
2.5%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
23.6%
45.6%
23.4%
2.8%
4.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
31.2%
29.2%
23.3%
7.8%
8.4%
100.0%

Col %
32.0%
39.4%
21.0%
3.1%
4.4%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
32.0%
39.4%
21.0%
3.1%
4.4%
100.0%

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GENDER:

Q. 24. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Offer more
weekend service?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Male
Col %
26.2%
39.3%
24.3%
5.7%
4.4%
100.0%

Female
Col %
37.0%
39.5%
18.1%
.9%
4.4%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Republica
n
Col %
21.0%
42.4%
28.0%
2.9%
5.7%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
42.4%
39.4%
14.6%
1.0%
2.7%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
33.0%
34.6%
20.2%
7.2%
5.1%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 25. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide better
service using small
bus circulators in
neighborhoods?
Table Total

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
35.3%
36.2%
19.8%
3.2%
5.6%
100.0%

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Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
28.6%
35.6%
26.3%
4.0%
5.6%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
43.2%
33.4%
12.5%
3.1%
7.8%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
34.1%
35.7%
18.8%
4.8%
6.5%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
26.3%
39.6%
26.8%
3.6%
3.6%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
22.8%
46.8%
24.1%
.0%
6.3%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
22.9%
42.2%
25.4%
3.6%
5.8%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
27.8%
39.9%
23.9%
3.2%
5.2%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
30.3%
44.5%
20.9%
2.0%
2.3%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
30.6%
39.2%
23.4%
2.4%
4.4%
100.0%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
31.2%
40.1%
21.9%
2.7%
4.1%
100.0%

Col %
32.0%
39.4%
21.0%
3.1%
4.4%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %
41.9%
26.8%
20.9%
4.7%
5.7%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
34.6%
30.8%
34.6%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

White
Col %
30.0%
35.4%
25.4%
3.2%
6.0%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
34.4%
40.6%
15.9%
5.2%
3.9%
100.0%

Other
Col %
48.6%
30.2%
15.0%
.0%
6.3%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
26.8%
24.4%
36.0%
6.7%
6.1%
100.0%

Col %
31.8%
35.9%
23.2%
3.6%
5.6%
100.0%

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Q. 25. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide better
service using small
bus circulators in
neighborhoods?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/o
DK/NA
the home
ther
Col %
Col %
Col %
31.0%
31.8%
56.1%
40.6%
32.0%
11.7%
21.0%
25.4%
20.4%
2.8%
4.1%
11.7%
4.7%
6.7%
.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

GENDER:

Q. 25. How much of
a priority should it be
to…Provide better
service using small
bus circulators in
neighborhoods?
Table Total

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Male
Col %
31.7%
34.0%
25.6%
5.1%
3.6%
100.0%

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Female
Col %
31.9%
37.4%
21.1%
2.3%
7.3%
100.0%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
32.0%
34.2%
23.1%
3.6%
7.1%
100.0%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
31.2%
39.4%
22.9%
3.9%
2.6%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Republica
n
Col %
27.1%
31.0%
31.9%
3.3%
6.7%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Democrat
Col %
38.1%
36.1%
17.2%
3.8%
4.7%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
29.1%
43.4%
18.7%
3.7%
5.1%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
36.5%
22.9%
28.4%
.0%
12.2%
100.0%

Under
$41,000
Col %
34.6%
37.8%
23.1%
2.2%
2.3%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
35.9%
36.7%
17.8%
3.2%
6.3%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
35.3%
33.8%
15.5%
4.5%
10.9%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
25.8%
36.1%
26.7%
6.6%
4.8%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
34.1%
33.1%
25.6%
2.9%
4.4%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
29.7%
40.1%
23.8%
2.5%
3.8%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
26.6%
38.5%
26.2%
3.3%
5.4%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
35.3%
33.3%
22.5%
2.4%
6.4%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
29.5%
23.9%
28.4%
7.6%
10.6%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
32.4%
35.0%
23.3%
3.4%
6.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
31.8%
35.9%
23.2%
3.6%
5.6%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
31.8%
35.9%
23.2%
3.6%
5.6%
100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 26. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Provide more
park-and-ride lots and
suburban express
service for commuters?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %
44.7%
29.2%
20.0%
2.0%
4.0%
100.0%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
43.9%
33.8%
16.8%
3.7%
1.8%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
40.5%
36.8%
17.9%
.0%
4.9%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
45.2%
31.6%
19.5%
.8%
2.9%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 26. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Provide more
park-and-ride lots and
suburban express
service for commuters?
Table Total

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %
47.0%
29.5%
18.9%
2.6%
2.0%
100.0%

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Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %
40.8%
33.9%
18.3%
3.2%
3.8%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
67.9%
23.7%
8.4%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
39.7%
37.8%
17.0%
4.0%
1.4%
100.0%

60 and
older
Col %
48.8%
24.6%
19.4%
3.6%
3.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
34.6%
65.4%
.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
43.1%
32.0%
20.1%
2.7%
2.1%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Single/div
orced/wido
wed
Col %
45.7%
31.0%
16.1%
3.4%
3.9%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
51.2%
31.1%
12.4%
.0%
5.2%
100.0%

White
Col %
44.6%
33.7%
17.4%
1.8%
2.5%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
46.4%
25.1%
18.3%
6.7%
3.5%
100.0%

Other
Col %
32.4%
33.1%
24.8%
3.7%
6.0%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
44.6%
25.0%
30.4%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %
45.3%
31.9%
16.7%
4.1%
2.0%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
49.0%
30.2%
16.0%
3.4%
1.4%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
40.3%
35.2%
20.6%
1.3%
2.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
40.9%
25.6%
21.8%
3.1%
8.5%
100.0%

Col %
44.3%
31.6%
18.4%
2.9%
2.8%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
44.3%
31.6%
18.4%
2.9%
2.8%
100.0%

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GENDER:

Q. 26. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Provide more
park-and-ride lots and
suburban express
service for commuters?

High
Medium
Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

Table Total

Male
Col %
41.4%
31.9%
19.7%
5.0%
1.9%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %
46.8%
31.3%
17.2%
1.1%
3.6%
100.0%

Republica
n
Col %
39.7%
32.2%
22.1%
3.5%
2.5%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
49.4%
28.7%
16.9%
1.8%
3.2%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
43.4%
35.5%
14.7%
3.6%
2.8%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:

Q. 27. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer east-west
crosstown routes that
eliminate the need to take
a bus downtown to
transfer between routes?
Table Total

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
45.4%
29.0%
16.9%
4.6%
4.1%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
43.7%
25.5%
22.1%
3.3%
5.4%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
42.8%
32.1%
21.4%
3.0%
.8%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
45.5%
35.2%
14.5%
1.5%
3.3%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
47.2%
29.9%
18.7%
3.0%
1.3%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
44.4%
31.3%
19.6%
2.8%
2.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
44.3%
31.6%
18.4%
2.9%
2.8%
100.0%

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
53.8%

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %
52.3%

18 to 29
Col %
50.1%

30 to 44
Col %
56.8%

45 to 59
Col %
50.3%

60 and
older
Col %
53.2%

DK/NA
Col %
100.0%

White
Col %
51.1%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
63.4%

Other
Col %
51.1%

DK/NA
Col %
30.0%

Col %
53.0%

Medium

28.3%

28.5%

38.6%

29.2%

29.9%

24.9%

.0%

30.0%

22.9%

27.9%

28.0%

28.4%

Low

12.0%

13.3%

7.1%

9.5%

14.5%

14.1%

.0%

12.4%

10.4%

10.9%

35.9%

12.7%

Not a priority

2.7%

2.1%

2.4%

2.5%

2.4%

2.4%

.0%

2.5%

2.0%

3.7%

.0%

2.4%

DK/NA

3.3%

3.8%

1.8%

2.0%

2.9%

5.4%

.0%

4.0%

1.1%

6.3%

6.1%

3.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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Q. 27. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer east-west
crosstown routes that
eliminate the need to take
a bus downtown to
transfer between routes?

High

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-time
g/retired/ot
outside the
her
home
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
56.2%
49.3%
68.1%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
54.6%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
51.4%

Under
$41,000
Col %
59.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
61.2%

More than
$81,000
Col %
47.1%

DK/NA
Col %
36.0%

Col %
53.0%

31.1%

26.3%

11.7%

29.6%

27.9%

8.2%

25.0%

24.1%

33.3%

33.4%

28.4%

Low

10.1%

15.0%

20.1%

12.6%

12.3%

18.7%

11.8%

9.7%

14.1%

17.9%

12.7%

2.1%

2.8%

.0%

2.6%

2.2%

.0%

2.3%

1.7%

2.8%

3.1%

2.4%

Not a priority
DK/NA

.6%

6.7%

.0%

3.1%

3.0%

21.8%

1.9%

3.4%

2.6%

9.5%

3.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
53.0%

Col %
53.0%

GENDER:

Table Total

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
52.1%

Table
Total

Medium

Table Total

Q. 27. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer east-west
crosstown routes that
eliminate the need to take
a bus downtown to
transfer between routes?

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Democrat
Col %
63.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
48.9%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
61.7%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
53.2%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
53.3%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
47.1%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
56.4%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

AREA:

Table
Total

Male
Col %
50.5%

Female
Col %
55.1%

Republica
n
Col %
45.3%

Medium

26.0%

30.4%

26.8%

25.6%

35.8%

21.5%

26.9%

26.8%

35.1%

23.8%

28.4%

28.4%

Low

16.1%

9.8%

15.9%

9.9%

11.9%

10.6%

15.1%

12.5%

13.2%

14.1%

12.4%

12.7%

Not a priority

4.4%

.7%

4.1%

.5%

2.8%

3.1%

3.2%

2.9%

1.0%

3.3%

2.1%

2.4%

DK/NA

3.0%

4.1%

7.9%

1.0%

.6%

3.1%

1.6%

4.5%

3.7%

2.4%

4.1%

3.6%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-c
ent sales
Half-cent
tax
sales tax
Col %
Col %
Q. 28. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer more
customer services, such
as real-time information
about bus arrival times,
better shelters and ticket
vending machines?

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

47.6%

40.8%

57.2%

44.1%

38.6%

45.6%

69.2%

36.9%

63.2%

71.9%

29.1%

44.1%

Medium

27.2%

31.6%

28.8%

31.8%

36.2%

23.0%

.0%

32.7%

25.0%

9.1%

22.6%

29.5%

Low

20.8%

21.9%

8.0%

21.6%

21.1%

24.2%

30.8%

25.2%

8.7%

15.3%

30.8%

21.4%

2.1%

3.2%

2.4%

1.8%

2.5%

3.4%

.0%

2.9%

2.0%

.0%

6.7%

2.6%

Not a priority
DK/NA

2.3%

2.6%

3.6%

.7%

1.6%

3.9%

.0%

2.4%

1.1%

3.7%

10.8%

2.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Table Total

60 and
older
Col %

High

Table Total

Q. 28. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer more customer
services, such as
real-time information
about bus arrival times,
better shelters and ticket
vending machines?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

High

45.4%

41.8%

Medium

30.0%

Low
Not a priority
DK/NA

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

71.5%

38.9%

51.7%

51.7%

29.7%

8.4%

30.7%

28.0%

22.4%

21.1%

.0%

25.2%

1.6%

3.4%

11.7%

2.8%

DK/NA
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

Table
Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

50.3%

52.1%

34.8%

35.4%

44.1%

23.2%

29.7%

29.0%

31.2%

25.8%

29.5%

15.9%

12.7%

16.1%

14.4%

31.0%

24.9%

21.4%

2.6%

.0%

2.1%

1.7%

2.5%

6.4%

2.6%

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

.7%

4.0%

8.4%

2.4%

1.8%

12.4%

1.8%

2.8%

.5%

7.6%

2.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 28. How much of a
priority should it be
to…Offer more
customer services, such
as real-time information
about bus arrival times,
better shelters and ticket
vending machines?
Table Total

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

High

45.1%

43.2%

34.2%

53.2%

45.1%

56.4%

47.7%

44.6%

34.3%

46.0%

42.7%

44.1%

Medium

25.5%

32.9%

30.6%

25.9%

33.5%

21.6%

25.9%

26.9%

38.7%

27.3%

30.1%

29.5%

Low

23.9%

19.2%

29.8%

16.5%

15.5%

15.8%

20.0%

25.7%

20.8%

23.3%

22.3%

21.4%

3.4%

2.0%

3.2%

1.0%

4.5%

3.1%

4.9%

2.2%

2.0%

2.2%

2.5%

2.6%

Not a priority
DK/NA

2.2%

2.7%

2.2%

3.4%

1.3%

3.1%

1.6%

.8%

4.3%

1.2%

2.4%

2.5%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Q. 14A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 29A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

For

Q. 29B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

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Q. 14B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

92.8%

21.4%

23.7%

.0%

.0%

.0%

55.8%

5.1%

76.1%

55.6%

.0%

.0%

.0%

41.1%

2.1%

2.5%

20.7%

.0%

.0%

.0%

3.1%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

84.6%
9.8%
5.6%
100.0%

16.2%
82.0%
1.8%
100.0%

36.9%
30.8%
32.2%
100.0%

47.3%
46.8%
5.9%
100.0%

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SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-ce
nt sales
tax
Col %
Q. 29A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

For

Q. 29B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

AGE GROUP:

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

For

Q. 29B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against

60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

White
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

55.8%

.0%

86.9%

58.6%

55.5%

47.4%

.0%

57.8%

59.2%

48.7%

11.4%

55.8%

41.1%

.0%

13.1%

38.5%

39.8%

49.9%

100.0%

38.3%

39.1%

51.3%

88.6%

41.1%

3.1%

.0%

.0%

2.8%

4.7%

2.8%

.0%

4.0%

1.7%

.0%

.0%

3.1%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

47.3%
46.8%
5.9%
100.0%

75.0%
25.0%
.0%
100.0%

46.7%
48.7%
4.6%
100.0%

41.9%
53.0%
5.2%
100.0%

47.3%
45.5%
7.2%
100.0%

47.1%
.0%
52.9%
100.0%

46.6%
48.4%
5.0%
100.0%

55.4%
40.4%
4.2%
100.0%

36.0%
51.6%
12.4%
100.0%

26.1%
42.1%
31.8%
100.0%

47.3%
46.8%
5.9%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 29A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

63.0%

49.6%

17.0%

55.4%

60.4%

13.5%

63.1%

64.2%

53.5%

28.6%

55.8%

33.9%

47.1%

83.0%

39.5%

39.6%

86.5%

35.7%

31.4%

41.8%

71.4%

41.1%

DK/NA

3.1%

3.3%

.0%

5.1%

.0%

.0%

1.2%

4.4%

4.7%

.0%

3.1%

52.2%
44.4%
3.3%
100.0%

42.8%
49.7%
7.5%
100.0%

61.4%
.0%
38.6%
100.0%

41.3%
56.0%
2.7%
100.0%

57.3%
35.8%
6.9%
100.0%

28.7%
.0%
71.3%
100.0%

53.6%
41.0%
5.4%
100.0%

52.5%
46.6%
1.0%
100.0%

41.7%
55.9%
2.4%
100.0%

36.0%
36.8%
27.2%
100.0%

47.3%
46.8%
5.9%
100.0%

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Male
Col %
Q. 29A. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
existing public transit
and bus services?

For

Q. 29B. Would you vote
for or against a 10-year,
half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

51.0%

59.6%

35.0%

73.4%

59.1%

70.0%

52.2%

54.9%

48.6%

51.8%

55.0%

55.8%

47.2%

36.2%

59.2%

23.8%

40.9%

28.3%

44.4%

41.7%

47.6%

43.5%

42.2%

41.1%

1.7%

4.2%

5.9%

2.8%

.0%

1.7%

3.3%

3.4%

3.7%

4.6%

2.9%

3.1%

39.3%
56.3%
4.5%
100.0%

54.7%
38.1%
7.2%
100.0%

39.1%
55.4%
5.5%
100.0%

56.5%
37.4%
6.1%
100.0%

45.4%
48.2%
6.4%
100.0%

58.7%
32.2%
9.1%
100.0%

48.2%
45.1%
6.7%
100.0%

42.5%
52.4%
5.1%
100.0%

46.4%
48.9%
4.7%
100.0%

50.5%
44.7%
4.9%
100.0%

46.3%
48.5%
5.1%
100.0%

47.3%
46.8%
5.9%
100.0%

DK/NA

Q. 29A. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 30A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 30B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

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Q. 29B. Would you vote for or against
a 10-year, half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

67.6%

9.7%

14.9%

.0%

.0%

.0%

42.2%

29.8%

89.6%

9.7%

.0%

.0%

.0%

53.7%

2.5%

.7%

75.3%

.0%

.0%

.0%

4.1%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

58.7%
37.3%
4.0%
100.0%

9.9%
89.5%
.6%
100.0%

30.2%
14.8%
55.1%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

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Q. 15A. Would you vote for or against
a permanent quarter-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %
Q. 30A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 30B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

Q. 30A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 30B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

Half-cent
sales tax
Col %

Table
Total
Col %

80.8%

13.8%

18.1%

.0%

.0%

.0%

42.2%

17.5%

84.0%

40.6%

.0%

.0%

.0%

53.7%

1.6%

2.1%

41.3%

.0%

.0%

.0%

4.1%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

79.5%
14.4%
6.2%
100.0%

6.8%
91.8%
1.3%
100.0%

26.1%
33.2%
40.8%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

SPLIT SAMPLE
SURVEY VERSION:
Quarter-c
ent sales
tax
Col %

Q. 15B. Would you vote for or against
a permanent half-cent sales tax to
upgrade and improve existing public
transit and bus services?
For
Against
DK/NA
Col %
Col %
Col %

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

Table
Total

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

42.2%

.0%

45.8%

49.7%

39.2%

39.5%

.0%

43.3%

50.9%

23.3%

.0%

42.2%

53.7%

.0%

54.2%

46.2%

54.8%

57.0%

100.0%

51.4%

47.4%

76.7%

100.0%

53.7%

4.1%

.0%

.0%

4.1%

5.9%

3.5%

.0%

5.3%

1.7%

.0%

.0%

4.1%

.0%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

55.8%
44.2%
.0%
100.0%

41.9%
53.0%
5.1%
100.0%

28.8%
68.9%
2.4%
100.0%

31.5%
60.3%
8.3%
100.0%

47.1%
.0%
52.9%
100.0%

31.3%
64.3%
4.3%
100.0%

44.8%
49.1%
6.1%
100.0%

27.4%
60.3%
12.4%
100.0%

43.3%
42.1%
14.6%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

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OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

Q. 30A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 30B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent sales
tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

47.7%

37.1%

47.7%

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

18.2%

40.4%

47.7%

14.4%

59.3%

81.8%

53.0%

52.3%

4.6%

3.7%

.0%

6.7%

34.3%
63.4%
2.3%
100.0%

34.2%
59.0%
6.8%
100.0%

27.0%
.0%
73.0%
100.0%

30.5%
67.6%
1.9%
100.0%

Against
DK/NA

GENDER:

Male
Col %
Q. 30A. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent quarter-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
improve existing public
transit and bus services?

For

Q. 30B. Would you vote
for or against a
permanent half-cent
sales tax to upgrade and
Table Total

For
Against
DK/NA

Against
DK/NA

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

DK/NA
Col %

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

48.8%

50.7%

38.2%

19.5%

42.2%

85.6%

50.0%

42.9%

55.8%

80.5%

53.7%

.0%

.0%

1.2%

6.3%

6.0%

.0%

4.1%

39.8%
53.1%
7.0%
100.0%

31.6%
.0%
68.4%
100.0%

38.3%
58.9%
2.8%
100.0%

30.6%
64.9%
4.6%
100.0%

31.1%
67.1%
1.8%
100.0%

42.2%
36.2%
21.6%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Under
$41,000
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

Table
Total

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Col %

Table
Total

Col %

42.7%

41.7%

20.3%

58.3%

48.7%

50.1%

46.3%

44.7%

32.9%

37.3%

39.4%

42.2%

55.7%

52.2%

74.1%

36.1%

51.3%

44.6%

53.7%

52.0%

61.5%

56.0%

56.6%

53.7%

1.6%

6.1%

5.6%

5.6%

.0%

5.3%

.0%

3.4%

5.6%

6.6%

4.1%

4.1%

28.9%
68.6%
2.5%
100.0%

39.0%
52.9%
8.1%
100.0%

22.5%
73.0%
4.5%
100.0%

43.8%
48.1%
8.1%
100.0%

39.1%
59.4%
1.5%
100.0%

49.8%
43.1%
7.1%
100.0%

30.9%
62.5%
6.7%
100.0%

33.7%
62.4%
3.9%
100.0%

27.0%
67.2%
5.8%
100.0%

35.0%
60.9%
4.2%
100.0%

32.2%
63.2%
4.6%
100.0%

34.2%
60.4%
5.4%
100.0%

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RACE: (consolidated)

AGE
GROUP:

18 to 29
30 to 44
45 to 59
60 and older
DK/NA

Table Total

White
Col %
7.6%
20.0%
31.9%
40.3%
.3%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
7.7%
16.2%
35.9%
40.2%
.0%
100.0%

Other
Col %
14.3%
30.0%
36.6%
15.2%
3.8%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
11.4%
28.7%
33.8%
19.3%
6.8%
100.0%

GENDER:

AGE
GROUP:

18 to 29
30 to 44
45 to 59
60 and older
DK/NA

Table Total

Male
Col %
7.3%
15.6%
35.7%
40.5%
.9%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-time
commutin
outside the
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
10.2%
5.6%
20.1%
28.6%
11.0%
30.8%
48.4%
19.0%
.0%
12.4%
64.4%
25.1%
.4%
.0%
24.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

Female
Col %
8.7%
23.8%
30.8%
36.3%
.3%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
4.5%
22.0%
34.9%
37.6%
1.0%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

RACE:
(consolidated)

Table Total

White
African-American
Other
DK/NA

18 to 29
Col %
65.9%
19.9%
9.8%
4.4%
100.0%

Married/livi
ng with a
partner
Col %
2.2%
23.2%
38.2%
36.2%
.3%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Republica
n
Col %
4.3%
15.4%
32.6%
47.6%
.0%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
70.4%
16.9%
8.3%
4.4%
100.0%

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45 to 59
Col %
68.0%
22.7%
6.1%
3.2%
100.0%

60 and
older
Col %
74.3%
21.9%
2.2%
1.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
30.8%
.0%
34.6%
34.6%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
20.5%
24.3%
30.7%
23.6%
.9%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
17.1%
14.6%
26.4%
41.8%
.0%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
13.1%
25.1%
12.2%
34.1%
15.6%
100.0%

Under
$41,000
Col %
12.3%
9.8%
30.9%
46.2%
.8%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
5.1%
20.3%
33.2%
41.3%
.0%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
5.8%
17.7%
31.8%
43.7%
.9%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
72.3%
71.2%
.0%
19.6%
22.0%
25.1%
5.5%
5.3%
12.0%
2.5%
1.5%
62.9%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
8.3%
23.8%
19.3%
45.4%
3.2%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
5.1%
20.4%
40.7%
33.8%
.0%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
12.7%
19.4%
31.3%
36.6%
.0%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %
79.3%
13.3%
5.5%
1.8%
100.0%

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %
60.4%
33.1%
5.0%
1.5%
100.0%

DK/
NA/other
Col %
16.7%
16.3%
13.0%
54.0%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
6.7%
28.3%
41.3%
23.7%
.0%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
2.4%
13.0%
33.8%
50.3%
.5%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
10.0%
19.3%
17.5%
50.1%
3.1%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
4.0%
18.9%
35.1%
41.5%
.5%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under
$41,000
Col %
63.7%
28.0%
8.2%
.0%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
69.6%
22.9%
6.6%
.9%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
80.7%
12.3%
4.7%
2.4%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
61.5%
22.6%
.0%
15.9%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
8.1%
20.0%
33.1%
38.2%
.6%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
8.1%
20.0%
33.1%
38.2%
.6%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
70.5%
20.9%
5.5%
3.1%
100.0%

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GENDER:

RACE:
(consolidated)

White
African-American
Other
DK/NA

Table Total

Male
Col %
67.5%
21.8%
6.9%
3.8%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %
73.1%
20.1%
4.3%
2.5%
100.0%

Republica
n
Col %
88.9%
3.2%
4.4%
3.5%
100.0%

AREA:

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
71.7%
17.7%
4.5%
6.1%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
51.6%
40.1%
7.3%
1.0%
100.0%

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
45.4%
44.3%
6.6%
3.8%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
OCCUPATIONAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)

Working full/part-time
outside the home
Working from
home/telecommuting/r
etired/other
DK/NA

Table Total

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
53.8%
28.5%
9.6%
8.0%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
81.7%
12.6%
5.1%
.7%
100.0%

RACE: (consolidated)
60 and
older
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
72.2%
20.1%
5.2%
2.5%
100.0%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
70.2%
21.5%
5.6%
2.8%
100.0%

Col %
70.5%
20.9%
5.5%
3.1%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)

DK/NA
Col %

Married/liv
ing with a
partner
Col %

Single/div
orced/wid
owed
Col %

DK/
NA/other
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

61.8%

70.1%

71.8%

16.0%

30.8%

50.4%

46.1%

48.9%

40.0%

55.3%

42.4%

5.6%

49.1%

33.8%

27.1%

28.2%

82.9%

.0%

49.6%

51.7%

47.3%

24.3%

44.4%

57.6%

37.0%

49.2%

4.4%
100.0%

2.7%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

1.2%
100.0%

69.2%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

2.1%
100.0%

3.8%
100.0%

35.7%
100.0%

.3%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

57.4%
100.0%

1.8%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Under
$41,000
Col %
OCCUPATIONAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
81.2%
11.9%
3.7%
3.2%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Working full/part-time
outside the home
Working from
home/telecommuting/r
etired/other
DK/NA

Table Total
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Table
Total

GENDER:

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

37.3%

52.8%

62.5%

31.5%

49.5%

48.7%

49.1%

61.9%

47.2%

37.5%

56.6%

49.0%

49.3%

49.2%

.8%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

11.9%
100.0%

1.6%
100.0%

1.9%
100.0%

1.8%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

Male
Col %

Female
Col %

Col %

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East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

42.1%

55.3%

49.3%

42.1%

47.4%

49.1%

54.2%

51.6%

44.7%

49.8%

56.2%

50.5%

49.2%

3.1%
100.0%

6.3%
100.0%

.0%
100.0%

.9%
100.0%

1.7%
100.0%

2.2%
100.0%

1.8%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

OCCUPATIONAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)

Working full/part-time
outside the home
Working from
home/telecommuting/r
etired/other
DK/NA

Table Total

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Republica
n
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

43.3%

50.5%

56.3%

42.6%

56.3%

47.3%

40.3%

.4%
100.0%

2.2%
100.0%

3.4%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
MARITAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)
Table Total

Married/living with a
partner
Single/divorced/widowed
DK/NA/other

30 to 44
Col %

45 to 59
Col %

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

RACE: (consolidated)

60 and
older
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

White
Col %

AfricanAmerican
Col %

Other
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %

DK/NA
Col %

Table
Total

Col %

Table
Total

Col %

15.9%

69.0%

68.9%

56.4%

30.8%

67.1%

38.1%

59.5%

34.3%

67.2%

53.8%

11.7%

59.6%

79.7%
4.4%
100.0%

27.6%
3.4%
100.0%

30.1%
1.0%
100.0%

41.2%
2.4%
100.0%

.0%
69.2%
100.0%

32.2%
.6%
100.0%

59.8%
2.1%
100.0%

34.1%
6.4%
100.0%

18.5%
47.1%
100.0%

32.5%
.3%
100.0%

44.2%
2.0%
100.0%

.0%
88.3%
100.0%

37.7%
2.7%
100.0%

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TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Under
$41,000
Col %
MARITAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)

Married/living with a
partner
Single/divorced/widowed
DK/NA/other

Table Total

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %

More than
$81,000
Col %

32.3%

63.7%

83.9%

45.4%

64.9%

55.2%

59.6%

66.8%
.8%
100.0%

36.3%
.0%
100.0%

15.7%
.5%
100.0%

36.6%
18.0%
100.0%

32.8%
2.3%
100.0%

41.8%
3.1%
100.0%

37.7%
2.7%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %

Col %

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

MARITAL
STATUS:
(consolidated)

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

Democrat
Col %

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %

69.7%

52.8%

54.3%

44.6%

28.3%
1.9%
100.0%

44.5%
2.7%
100.0%

41.6%
4.1%
100.0%

50.4%
5.0%
100.0%

Table Total

TOTAL ANNUAL
HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Table Total

Under $41,000
$41,000 to $80,000
More than $81,000
DK/NA

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30 to 44
Col %
12.4%
31.0%
44.0%
12.6%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
23.7%
30.7%
38.7%
6.9%
100.0%

Male
Col %

DK/NA
Col %
34.6%
.0%
.0%
65.4%
100.0%

Col %

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %

53.6%

70.3%

60.1%

63.7%

63.4%

59.6%

39.9%
6.4%
100.0%

29.0%
.8%
100.0%

38.1%
1.8%
100.0%

33.8%
2.4%
100.0%

33.7%
2.9%
100.0%

37.7%
2.7%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %

RACE: (consolidated)

60 and
older
Col %
30.6%
33.1%
19.2%
17.1%
100.0%

Female
Col %

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
38.6%
19.4%
25.7%
16.2%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %

AREA:

Republica
n
Col %
Married/living with a
partner
Single/divorced/widowed
DK/NA/other

Table
Total

GENDER:

White
Col %
22.9%
30.2%
35.5%
11.4%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
34.0%
33.6%
18.3%
14.2%
100.0%

Other
Col %
37.6%
36.2%
26.2%
.0%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
9.2%
23.8%
67.0%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/ot
DK/NA
the home
her
Col %
Col %
Col %
19.2%
31.9%
12.0%
32.9%
29.4%
.0%
39.5%
23.7%
.0%
8.4%
15.0%
88.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
25.3%
30.6%
31.0%
13.1%
100.0%

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TOTAL ANNUAL
HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under $41,000
$41,000 to $80,000
More than $81,000
DK/NA

Table Total

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)
Married/liv
Single/div
DK/
ing with a
orced/wid
NA/other
partner
owed
Col %
Col %
Col %
13.7%
44.9%
7.8%
32.7%
29.5%
.0%
43.7%
12.9%
5.2%
9.9%
12.7%
87.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

TOTAL ANNUAL
HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)

Under $41,000
$41,000 to $80,000
More than $81,000
DK/NA

Table Total

Republica
n
Col %
18.0%
29.6%
38.1%
14.3%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
29.9%
28.8%
28.8%
12.5%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
29.9%
35.4%
22.9%
11.9%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

GENDER:
Table Total

Male
Female

18 to 29
Col %
41.7%
58.3%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
35.8%
64.2%
100.0%

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45 to 59
Col %
49.6%
50.4%
100.0%

Male
Col %
20.8%
31.3%
35.9%
12.0%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
30.5%
33.6%
11.8%
24.1%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
17.5%
28.8%
45.6%
8.1%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
26.8%
33.9%
27.0%
12.3%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
69.2%
30.8%
100.0%

White
Col %
44.0%
56.0%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
48.0%
52.0%
100.0%

Other
Col %
57.7%
42.3%
100.0%

Col %
25.3%
30.6%
31.0%
13.1%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
23.5%
33.8%
29.1%
13.7%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
25.4%
30.5%
31.1%
13.0%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)

RACE: (consolidated)

60 and
older
Col %
48.7%
51.3%
100.0%

Female
Col %
29.2%
30.0%
26.9%
14.0%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
32.9%
26.5%
25.1%
15.5%
100.0%

Table
Total

GENDER:

DK/NA
Col %
56.8%
43.2%
100.0%

Working
full/part-time
outside the
home
Col %
46.3%
53.7%
100.0%

Working
from
home/tele
commutin
g/retired/ot
her
Col %
45.8%
54.2%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
40.8%
59.2%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
25.3%
30.6%
31.0%
13.1%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
46.0%
54.0%
100.0%

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GENDER:

Male
Female

Table Total

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)
Married/liv
Single/div
DK/
ing with a
orced/wid
NA/other
partner
owed
Col %
Col %
Col %
50.0%
40.1%
39.0%
50.0%
59.9%
61.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Under
$41,000
Col %
37.7%
62.3%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

GENDER:

Male
Female

Table Total

Republica
n
Col %
49.3%
50.7%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
41.6%
58.4%
100.0%

PARTISAN
REGISTRATION:
Table Total

Republican
Democrat
Unaffiliated/other

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Hamilton County, Ohio
9/15/2014 – 9/19/2014
N=503, +/- 4.36%
Registered Voters

30 to 44
Col %
29.5%
42.7%
27.7%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
47.8%
52.2%
100.0%

45 to 59
Col %
37.7%
41.0%
21.2%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
53.2%
46.8%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
41.9%
58.1%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
41.0%
59.0%
100.0%

AGE GROUP:

18 to 29
Col %
20.6%
21.5%
57.9%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
47.1%
52.9%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
54.5%
45.5%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
41.4%
58.6%
100.0%

RACE: (consolidated)

60 and
older
Col %
47.6%
38.3%
14.1%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
.0%
65.4%
34.6%
100.0%

White
Col %
48.3%
28.5%
23.3%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
5.8%
74.8%
19.4%
100.0%

Other
Col %
30.2%
51.3%
18.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
43.2%
12.1%
44.7%
100.0%

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %
42.3%
57.7%
100.0%

Col %
46.0%
54.0%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:

Table
Total

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
46.5%
53.5%
100.0%

Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
46.2%
53.8%
100.0%

Col %
46.0%
54.0%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
home/tele
Working
commutin
full/part-tim
g/retired/o
e outside
ther
DK/NA
the home
Col %
Col %
Col %
33.7%
43.8%
8.4%
40.0%
37.4%
47.7%
26.2%
18.7%
43.9%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
38.3%
38.9%
22.9%
100.0%

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PARTISAN
REGISTRATION:

Republican
Democrat
Unaffiliated/other

Table Total

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)
Married/liv
Single/div
DK/
ing with a
orced/wid
NA/other
partner
owed
Col %
Col %
Col %
44.7%
28.8%
27.2%
34.4%
46.0%
38.1%
20.8%
25.2%
34.6%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

GENDER:

PARTISAN
REGISTRATION:

Republican
Democrat
Unaffiliated/other

Table Total

TRANSIT FUNDING PRIORITIES STUDY
Hamilton County, Ohio
9/15/2014 – 9/19/2014
N=503, +/- 4.36%
Registered Voters

Male
Col %
41.0%
35.2%
23.7%
100.0%

Female
Col %
35.9%
42.0%
22.1%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Under
$41,000
Col %
27.2%
45.9%
26.9%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
37.0%
36.6%
26.4%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
47.0%
36.1%
16.9%
100.0%

AREA:

East
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
22.7%
58.7%
18.6%
100.0%

West
Cincinnati
Wards
Col %
34.7%
47.0%
18.3%
100.0%

East
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
46.1%
34.5%
19.4%
100.0%

West
suburbs/to
wnships
Col %
41.1%
27.8%
31.2%
100.0%

Table
Total

DK/NA
Col %
41.9%
37.3%
20.7%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
49.5%
38.7%
11.8%
100.0%

Col %
38.3%
38.9%
22.9%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
42.6%
38.6%
18.8%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
38.3%
38.9%
22.9%
100.0%

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AGE GROUP:

AREA:

East Cincinnati Wards
West Cincinnati Wards
East suburbs/townships
West suburbs/townships

Table Total

AREA:

18 to 29
Col %
14.4%
13.6%
21.8%
50.2%
100.0%

30 to 44
Col %
17.8%
15.8%
35.3%
31.1%
100.0%

East Cincinnati Wards
West Cincinnati Wards
East suburbs/townships
West suburbs/townships

Table Total

TRANSIT FUNDING PRIORITIES STUDY
Hamilton County, Ohio
9/15/2014 – 9/19/2014
N=503, +/- 4.36%
Registered Voters

45 to 59
Col %
19.4%
7.7%
42.5%
30.4%
100.0%

RACE: (consolidated)

60 and
older
Col %
23.0%
15.7%
30.6%
30.6%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
30.8%
69.2%
.0%
.0%
100.0%

White
Col %
13.0%
10.1%
40.1%
36.9%
100.0%

MARITAL STATUS: (consolidated)
Married/liv
Single/div
DK/
ing with a
orced/wid
NA/other
partner
owed
Col %
Col %
Col %
15.1%
27.0%
37.3%
11.9%
14.1%
31.4%
40.8%
26.6%
9.6%
32.3%
32.4%
21.7%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

AfricanAmerican
Col %
42.8%
18.1%
20.8%
18.3%
100.0%

Other
Col %
23.9%
23.1%
31.6%
21.4%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
24.5%
34.4%
7.8%
33.3%
100.0%

OCCUPATIONAL STATUS:
(consolidated)
Working
from
Working
home/tele
full/part-tim
commutin
e outside
g/retired/o
DK/NA
the home
ther
Col %
Col %
Col %
17.5%
22.2%
35.7%
11.4%
13.9%
47.5%
39.0%
31.4%
.0%
32.2%
32.4%
16.8%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%

TOTAL ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD INCOME:
(consolidated)
Under
$41,000
Col %
26.2%
16.0%
23.9%
33.9%
100.0%

$41,000 to
$80,000
Col %
17.4%
14.6%
32.5%
35.5%
100.0%

More than
$81,000
Col %
16.3%
5.0%
50.8%
27.8%
100.0%

DK/NA
Col %
23.9%
24.4%
21.4%
30.2%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
20.1%
13.3%
34.6%
32.0%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
20.1%
13.3%
34.6%
32.0%
100.0%

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GENDER:

AREA:

East Cincinnati Wards
West Cincinnati Wards
East suburbs/townships
West suburbs/townships

Table Total

TRANSIT FUNDING PRIORITIES STUDY
Hamilton County, Ohio
9/15/2014 – 9/19/2014
N=503, +/- 4.36%
Registered Voters

Male
Col %
18.4%
11.8%
41.0%
28.8%
100.0%

PARTISAN REGISTRATION:

Female
Col %
21.7%
14.5%
29.1%
34.7%
100.0%

Republica
n
Col %
12.0%
12.0%
41.7%
34.4%
100.0%

Democrat
Col %
30.4%
16.0%
30.7%
22.9%
100.0%

Unaffiliate
d/other
Col %
16.4%
10.6%
29.3%
43.7%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
ODD-YEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 odd-year
general
elections
Col %
27.6%
16.1%
32.3%
24.0%
100.0%

HIGH
PROPENSI
TY
EVENYEAR
GENERAL
ELECTION
VOTERS:
Voted in all
3 of the last
3 even-year
general
elections
Col %
20.7%
13.4%
33.1%
32.7%
100.0%

Table
Total

Col %
20.1%
13.3%
34.6%
32.0%
100.0%

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