Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Denver Voters in Good Mood; Pueblo Not So Much. Colorado Opinion Architecture Varies Like its Topography.

More than half of Denver voters (58%) believe their city/county is “going in the right direction,” but only 29 percent of Pueblo voters think their community is doing the same.

The recent voter surveys conducted by Ciruli Associates, a follow-up question concerning the most important problem showed that about half of Denver residents said affordable housing, homelessness and too much growth (55%) was the top problem. Crime and police issues was second at 31 percent.

In Pueblo, crime, gangs and drugs was the overwhelming concern, with 61 percent of voters citing it. Pueblo’s perennial problems of jobs and the economy came in a distant second (21%).

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