Poll results: Minneapolis voters split on increasing housing density

  • Updated: September 19, 2013 - 1:26 PM

A poll conducted for the Star Tribune found likely voters in Minneapolis nearly evenly split on whether to increase the density of residential housing in the city. The poll was conducted Sept. 8-10 of 800 likely voters in Minneapolis and has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

  Total Gender Age Race Party Ideology Labor union member? Education Religion Income
LV's Male Female 18
-39
40
-64
65+ White Black Other Republican Democrat Other Conservative Moderate Liberal Not
sure
Yes No Not
sure
High school, did not graduate High school graduate College, did not complete College graduate Graduate school Not
sure
Evangelical Christian Protestant Catholic Other Under
$30K
$30K
-$50K
$50K
-$100K
$100K
-$200K
$200K+ Not
sure
Do you support or oppose plans to increase the density of residential housing in Minneapolis?
Support37%41%33%37%37%35%38%25%46%12%44%35%15%28%48%77%39%36%54%76%17%31%38%42%32%32%34%34%42%32%27%40%44%44%44%
Oppose39%41%37%40%40%36%33%57%47%67%30%45%65%53%24%16%48%38%29%8%64%38%36%38%52%45%46%39%34%34%47%38%38%43%38%
Not sure24%18%30%24%23%29%29%18%7%21%27%20%20%19%29%8%14%26%17%17%19%31%25%21%16%23%21%27%25%34%25%21%18%13%17%
 
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