Portland, Oregon 2021-10-12 09:00:00 –
Survey by GS Strategy Group conducted for the people of Portland
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) —A new survey of voters in Portland shows that residents feel that the city is less secure.
According to a survey, 76% of Portland’s inhabitants know that urban problems are real and not exaggerated by the media. 60% of those who once opposed police are now beginning to support the recruitment of more police, and 71% are concerned about social justice and racism in the bureau, despite concerns. He states that he supports the employment of more police officers.
Comments by the mayor, Mingus Maps, were also part of the survey.Black Maps said City needs to hire 300 new officers, Need a body camera, have a dedicated social worker street response team, and a dedicated unit to fight gangsters. The overwhelming 87% of respondents agreed with him.
The majority of Portlanders in the survey (53%) want to hire at least 200 executives. The same number of respondents (19%) want to hire less than 200 or more than 300 executives.
Only 8% of respondents do not support the increase in police officers in Portland.
The Portland Police body camera, doubling the street response program, adding staff to the 311 program, and adding ideas to the precincts throughout the city received overwhelming support from 87% to 96% in the survey.
Eighty-five percent of those surveyed are concerned about increased gun violence and record murder. When given the option, Portlander wants more police (56%) on the street than dealing with preventative measures only (31%).
Between May and September 2021, residents’ views on police reversed dramatically. In the survey, 58% of respondents viewed PPB negatively in May, while 58% viewed PPB favorably in September.
However, residents are concerned and aware of the 911 response and the failure and shortcomings of law enforcement on the scale of the bureau. They were also very concerned that the PPB “permitted” (62%). Proud Boys and Antifa fight On the street, don’t intervene. “August.
Survey respondents came from the eastern, eastern, northern, and western parts of the city in much the same way. There were slightly more women than men, 52-48%. More people aged 18-34 (25%) participated in the survey than those aged 65 and over (23%).
Politically, survey respondents self-identify as very liberal (29%), liberal (20%), moderate (33%) and conservative (11%). By political party, 63% were Democrats, 21% were Independents, and 10% were Republicans.
The people of Portland, the organization that commissioned the survey, describe themselves as “501 (c) (4) non-profit social welfare organizations.” Our mission is to provide a platform and voice for Portlander to take grassroots action and increase the value of shared communities. “
The margin of error for the survey is 4%.
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