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Anti-rail poll results to take politicos, voters on wild ride

By Richard Borreca

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 12, 2012

~~<p>Honolulu's traffic problems are getting worse, but Honolulu residents remain deeply skeptical of the city's solution.</p>
<p>The new Honolulu Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now poll shows that 53 percent of Honolulu residents do not think the city should continue the project. In one year there has been an 8-percentage point shift. Last year, a similar poll had 49 percent supporting and 45 percent saying stop. That is a big swing in one year.</p>
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Honolulu's traffic problems are getting worse, but Honolulu residents remain deeply skeptical of the city's solution.

The new Honolulu Star-Advertiser/Hawaii News Now poll shows that 53 percent of Honolulu residents do not think the city should continue the project. In one year there has been an 8-percentage point shift. Last year, a similar poll had 49 percent supporting and 45 percent saying stop. That is a big swing in one year. Login for more...



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