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  1. Yes, as I do every season.
  2. When I can, sure.
  3. ’m grudgingly watching my favorite team, but that’s it.
  4. No, I’m boycotting the games.
  5. I never watch pro football.
  1. Good ad; good for Nike.
  2. It’s an ad, so what.
  3. I’m appalled; I won’t be buying or wearing Nike products.
  4. There’s no such thing as bad publicity; Nike is just capitalizing on this issue.
  5. My concern is businesses making political statements. They should not.
  6. This is not an issue for me.
  7. Other.
  1. Yes, I feel my input matters.
  2. More often than not.
  3. Sometimes.
  4. No.
  5. Too much so; officials are too often swayed by those who show up at city hall.
  6. There are times when facts matter more than “opinions.” City officials act accordingly and I value that.
  7. I don’t know.
  8. Other.
  1. I like them.
  2. They’re just another traffic device.
  3. I hate them.
  4. What’s a roundabout?
  1. Yes, all of them all of the time.
  2. Yes, most of the major outlets at least sometimes.
  3. Sure, a few. Every industry has its ethical fringe.
  4. Not the news outlets I choose to read or watch. This is not an issue for me.
  5. No, not at all, people sometimes just don’t like the facts.
  6. It’s not the news reports that are the problem; it’s the commentators media outlets employ to “analyze” the news.
  7. This is a politically manufactured issue, it’s not “the media” that’s the problem.
  1. Yes, by mail.
  2. Yes, early voting
  3. I will vote at the polls on election day.
  4. Maybe.
  5. o, but I will in the General Election.
  6. No.
  7. I’m not registered to vote here.
  1. Yes.
  2. In some races.
  3. No.
  4. It’s important to me but I vote for my party’s candidates.
  1. Yes, there will be an impact.
  2. Maybe short term.
  3. No, not really.
  1. Yes.
  2. At some levels.
  3. No.
  4. That’s what politics are supposed to be.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. I have, but I also sometimes vote at the polls; it depends on the ballot.
  3. I haven’t but I plan to this year.
  4. No.
  1. Attending community events like Red, White & BOOM!
  2. Activities with family, friends or neighbors.
  3. A day at the beach or park.
  4. Boating or other water activities.
  5. t’s a work day for me.
  6. Nothing special.
  7. Other.
  1. Yes, regularly.
  2. Sometimes, particularly if there is an event.
  3. Rarely.
  4. did in the past but now I can get most of what I need online.
  5. No.
  1. Yes, I’m a regular donor.
  2. Sometimes, particularly if there is a drive or blood mobile at an event.
  3. Rarely.
  4. I have in the past.
  5. I would if I could but don’t qualify as a donor.
  6. No.
  1. Yes, it’s the law.
  2. Maybe, but only if the child or children appear to be endangered.
  3. Maybe, but only if the child or children have an alternative family caretaker who can take custody.
  4. No, this is not the way to discourage illegal boarder crossings.
  1. Yes, we incurred some damage but everything has been repaired.
  2. No, still dealing with FEMA.
  3. No, still dealing with my insurance company.
  4. No, still waiting in the contractor queue.
  5. We still have repairs pending but no money or resources to get the work done.
  6. We did not suffer any damages.
  1. Yes, I’d favor a “CAMO” Alert.
  2. No.
  3. I’m not sure; I’d like more information.
  1. Yes, tightening the zone from 1100 feet to a 660 foot-buffer outside the nesting season is appropriate.
  2. No. The city should maintain its current stricker standard.
  3. I’m not sure; I’d like more information.
  4. I don’t care either way.
  1. Great idea, it will accomplish the objective without a constitutional amendment.
  2. Good idea or bad; it’s wrong to try to do an end runaround the constitution. Go through the amendment process if you want Congressional term limits.
  3. We have a term limit mechanism. It’s called a ballot.
  4. I’m in favor of term limits but this is the wrong way to go; it unfairly favors the wealthy.
  5. This is just political rhetoric, it’s going nowhere.
  6. It’s a bad idea, plain and simple.
  1. I support it.
  2. I’m ambivalent but I guess it’s up to them.
  3. It’s the wrong move for a lot of reasons.
  4. Why is this an issue?
  1. Yes, I believe so.
  2. Maybe, but life outside of school always provides its own lessons.
  3. No, I don’t think so.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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