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CITYBEAT | Poll
Transcript of CITYBEAT | Poll
OVERALL RANKING OF THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN SF
Quality of life is the same or getting better
Quality of life in their neighborhood is the same or getting better
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SAN FRANCISCO IS GOING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION
Say the condition of our parks is getting better or staying the same
Say MUNI service is getting better or staying the same
Say the local economy is getting better or staying the same
SAN FRANCISCO IS GOING IN THE WRONG DIRECTION
Say the availability of housing is getting worse
Say traffic congestion is getting worse
Plan to still be living in the City three years from now
Plan to move because of the high cost of living and housing
MAJOR ISSUES FACING
Support raising the sales tax by ½ cent for transportation, homeless services and other general fund programs, though it needs 50% plus 1 to pass.
Support raising the sales tax by ½ cent to fund transportation and transit, though it needs 66.7% to pass.
support the Golden State Warriors mixed-use arena project in Mission Bay, with strong support from all segments of the electorate.
Homelessness and street behavior is highest on the list of major issues facing the City at 51% versus 35% last year.
The cost of rents and affordability in general is tied for the second major issue at 44%, similar to last year.
Support a $350 million general obligation bond for health, mental health and homeless shelter facilities.
favor a significant funding increase for homeless shelter facilities.
San Francisco voters continue to be concerned over the City’s direction
but remain generally content with their neighborhoods and the services the city provides.