Results of Wards 2 & 3 Town Meeting Survey

Results of Wards 2 & 3 Town Meeting Survey

Every year during Town Meeting Day, former Senator Bill Doyle releases a poll to gain an understanding of where Vermonters stand on current issues in the news and at the State House. Below are the results for Wards 2 and 3 in Burlington.

1) Are you concerned about the Vermont opiate crisis?
Yes 135
No 6
Not Sure 3

2) Do you believe water quality is a major issue in Vermont?
Yes 115
No 17
Not Sure 11

3) Should Vermont increase the minimum wage?
Yes 119
No 9
Not Sure 14

4) Do you believe Vermont is an affordable place to live?
Yes 18
No 105
Not Sure 22

5) Are you concerned about the decrease in Vermont’s population?
Yes 65
No 51
Not Sure 26

6) Should Vermont have a 4-year term for Governor?
Yes 66
No 43
Not Sure 35

7) Should Vermont’s bottle deposit law be expanded?
Yes 104
No 7
Not Sure 31

8) Do you believe that Governor Scott is doing a good job?
Yes 40
No 44
Not Sure 59

9) Should Vermont have paid family sick leave?
Yes 126
No 6
Not Sure 10

10) Does Vermont rely too heavily on property taxes for funding education?
Yes 97
No 9
Not Sure 35

11) Are you satisfied with Vermont’s health care?
Yes 53
No 54
Not Sure 35

12) Are you optimistic about Vermont’s economy?
Yes 65
No 35
Not Sure 41

13) Do you believe that Vermont values are a reason that many people choose to live in Vermont?
Yes 124
No 9
Not Sure 10

14) Should we reduce Vermont’s prison population by using alternatives for non-violent offenders?
Yes 139
No 3
Not Sure 2

15) Are you satisfied with the quality of education in your local school district?
Yes 48
No 34
Not Sure 60

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