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How The Oregonian/OregonLive carried out its ballot on Portland points

The Oregonian/OregonLive commissioned a ballot of 600 voters on a spread of points associated to the town of Portland and the three-county Portland metro space. The ballot, carried out by DHM Analysis, additionally surveyed a further 78 voters who dwell within the metropolis of Portland with the intention to produce statistically legitimate metropolis of Portland-specific outcomes.

The town- and metro area-focused ballot follows a statewide ballot of 600 doubtless voters The Oregonian/OregonLive additionally fee forward of the autumn election.

The brand new ballot, carried out from Oct. 5 to Oct. 10, permits some comparisons with outcomes from a ballot the newsroom commissioned early in 2021, additionally carried out by DHM, which particularly targeted on challenges going through downtown Portland. Learn our “Downtown in Misery” protection from final 12 months right here.

This week’s ballot outcomes had been derived from a mixture of on-line surveys and telephone calls to cell telephones and landlines. The respondents had been chosen to match the demographic profile of voters in Portland and within the three-county Portland space. The metrowide outcomes had a margin of error of plus or minus 4 proportion factors, whereas the error band for the city-specific outcomes was plus or minus 5.7 proportion factors.

Questions centered on problems with biggest concern to voters, proposed adjustments to the Portland metropolis constitution, the Metropolis Council runoff race, views on policing and racial justice protests and voters’ common views about Portland. We’ve revealed a number of information tales concerning the ballot findings thus far.

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