Arranged by RBI Procedures and Exploration April 2008.


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Group Visioning Overview El Paso Province Colorado Arranged by RBI Techniques and Examination April 2008 System 502 phone meetings were directed among El Paso District Occupants beyond 18 years old. The room for give and take for the example is +/ - 4.35% at the 95% certainty level.
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Group Visioning Survey El Paso County Colorado Prepared by RBI Strategies & Research April 2008

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Methodology 502 phone meetings were directed among El Paso County Residents beyond 18 years old. The room for mistakes for the example is +/ - 4.35% at the 95% certainty level. The overview was led March 24-28, 2008. On occasion in this examination, we contrast results in this overview and reviews led by Global Strategy Group in 2002 and 2004, and by RBI Strategies in 2006.

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Summary of Findings Residents of El Paso County remain to a great degree satisfied with their personal satisfaction and the bearing things are moving locally. Regardless of a noteworthy downturn broadly (April CBS/NYT study indicates national wrong track at 81%) 63% of El Paso County occupants say things are going in the right heading, and just 9% rate the nearby personal satisfaction as something besides incredible or great. Albeit movement remains an imperative neighborhood issue for voters, it has fallen forcefully as the one issue they are most stressed over. As in 2006, development is positioned as the single greatest issue confronting the City and County. The expense of wellbeing remains the top worry of voters, with 71% saying they are “very concerned” in regards to medicinal services costs. Conclusion towards schools has enhanced subsequent to 2006, with a general evaluation of simply under a “B” and marginally more voters feeling they are showing signs of improvement as opposed to more terrible. City & County occupants trust neighborhood government does not have the financing to convey the administrations they expect out of it, yet they keep on trusting that the issues confronting the group can be illuminated without raising expenses, and trust nearby government the most to manage their top issues. Occupants rate having a tolerant and tolerating group exceedingly, and by and large trust the Colorado Springs region is in any event fairly tolerant. Church and the Internet are tied as the top source occupants utilization to perceive how to get more included in the group.

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Quality of Life Rated Extremely High How might you rate the general personal satisfaction in the City and County? Who said phenomenal? * Areas other than C.S. (39%) * Republicans (41%) * Advance Degree (39%) * $75k-150k (45%) * Works at home (48%)

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More Residents Rated the Quality of Life as “Excellent” than in 2006 How might you rate the general personal satisfaction in your city and province?

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Strong Majority Believe Area is Heading in the Right Direction Would you say things in the City and County are going in the right course, or would they say they are off on the wrong track? The individuals who said right course: Income of $75k - 150k (71%) Lives outside C.S. (71%) Republicans (70%) Active/resigned military family (74%)

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Growth is the Dominant Local Issue for County Residents In your assessment, what is the most critical issue or issue confronting the City and County? (OPEN ENDED RESPONSES WITH CODES)

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DEMOGRAPHICS ON TOP ISSUE Growth was named as the most obvious issue for each demographic gathering aside from age 18-34 and those making under $25k every year, both of whom named Crime as their top neighborhood issue. Those most worried with Growth are school graduates (24%), those making $50-$74k every year (32%), non Colorado Springs occupants (25%) and moderately aged inhabitants (25%). Wrongdoing pushed out Streets/Highways/Roads for second place. Wrongdoing has some real demographic parts, as 14% of those without an advanced education named it their top issue, contrasted with just 6% of those with a higher education. Those living outside of Colorado Springs are twice as likely as those living in the Springs to name Streets as their top issue. A nearby second issue for seniors was Water, with 14%. In spite of the fact that schools/instruction does not score well as the top issue (6%) it is tied with boulevards/streets for second decision (11%). More youthful voters and ladies drive that second decision reaction.

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Traffic Dropped Sharply as Top Local Issue; Streets/Roads, Crime, Taxes Increased In your feeling, what is the most critical issue or issue confronting the City and County?

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City &County Residents Most Likely to Trust Local Government by and large, in the matter of tending to vital group issues, who are you destined to trust? What has changed? Since 2006, Government is up 6%. There was no adjustment in alternate classifications. Who trusts government? * Over age 65 (39%) * Democrats (37%) * Over $75k pay (43%) Who trusts philanthropies? * Democrats (12%) Who trusts religious organizations? * Republicans (29%) * HS or less training (24%) * Active military (26%)

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Health Care Costs Tops List of Major Concerns I’m going to peruse you a rundown of issues. For every one, please let me know how concerned you speak the truth that issue. (% reacting “very concerned”) 11

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Lower Rated Issues I’m going to peruse you a rundown of issues. For every one, please let me know how concerned you speak the truth that issue. (% reacting “very concerned”)

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Comparison to 2006 – Health Care and Affordable Housing Up, Others Down I’m going to peruse you a rundown of issues. For every one, please let me know how concerned you speak the truth that issue. (% reacting “very concerned”) 13

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Favorability of Local Leaders and Organizations For the accompanying individuals or associations, please let me know whether you have a great or unfavorable supposition of them. On the off chance that you have never known about them, please don\'t hesitate to say as much. Fav Ratio 2.00 1.65 3.71

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Public Support for Organizations and Officials Similar to 2006

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Public Gives Schools a B-; More Believe Schools are Getting Better How might you review your area’s government funded schools? Do you think your state funded schools are showing signs of improvement or more awful? 32% 27%

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Residents Strongly Favor Greater Cooperation Between City & County Governments by and large, do you trust our city and region governments ought to look for a more planned, agreeable association with one another, or would it be better for them to have a decent lot of self-governance? 75% Those destined to say composed, firmly are: * Women: 59% * Republicans: 56% * $150k+ pay: 70% * 20+ year occupants: 60% Colorado Springs inhabitants were somewhat more inclined to say agreeable (77%) than the individuals who live outside the City (70%). 17%

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Local Residents Still Believe Community Growing Too Fast, Although Down from 2006 How might you survey the rate of development in your group?

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Majority of Residents Believe Government Lacks Necessary Resources In your supposition, does nearby government have the subsidizing important to sufficiently give the administrations you hope to convey? 54% Women 61% Democrats 61% Under $25k 61% 20+ year inhabitants 60% 38%

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More Residents View TABOR as a Positive than a Negative Would you say that TABOR, the taxpayer’s bill of rights, has had a positive or negative effect on the group? 55+ (39%) Republicans (37%) Men (40%) Post-Grad (32%) Democrats (40%) $50k or higher (33%)

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TABOR Popularity Down Slightly from 2006; Still a Household Word for Most Would you say that TABOR, the taxpayer’s bill of rights, has had a positive or negative effect on the group? Indeed, even three years after the C&D battle, TABOR remains an understood item among County occupants.

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Most Believe Tax Increase is Unnecessary to Solve Local Problems when all is said in done, do you trust that the issues confronting the group can be tackled with or without an increment in nearby assessments? The rate supporting a duty increment is up from 30% in 2006. 58% 36%

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Seniors, Lower Income Residents Feeling Economic Squeeze “Please rate each of these on a size of 1 to 10 with 1 being exceptionally poor, and a 10 being brilliant. How might you rate your families current financial wellbeing? Your families monetary wellbeing one year ago?” - .18 - .09 - .33 - .43 - .01 - .56 - .17 - .03

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Upper Income Residents See Drop in Economic Health of the Community “Please rate each of these on a size of 1 to 10 with 1 being extremely poor, and a 10 being brilliant. How might you rate the current financial strength of the group? The financial soundness of the group one year ago?” - .63 - .64 - .63 - .88 - .45 - .48 - .60 - .80

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Community Worried About Cost and Access of Health Care for Seniors “What do you believe is the real issue seniors 60 and more seasoned face? Is it…” Residents matured 65+ put expense of social insurance marginally lower (27%) however were generally like the general populace.

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Residents Rate Tolerance as Important, Consider Area “Somewhat” Tolerant Minorities are well on the way to rate resistance as vital (67%) and most drastically averse to say that the group is “very” tolerant (18%). Other people who give the region low evaluations for resistance are 20+ year inhabitants (20%), ladies (23%), and Democrats (12%).

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Church and Internet Leading Ways for Residents to Seek Community Information “Where would you say you are destined to swing to look f

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