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  1. No problem, President Obama is using his authority properly.
  2. I see a problem; President Obama is abusing his authority through executive orders.
  3. For the most part, President Obama is using his authority properly but some of his orders are questionable.
  4. The issue is less this administration than the use of executive orders in general. No one person should have the authority to set nationwide policy.
  5. Executive orders should be prohibited except in the case of a national emergency.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, federal, state and local elections and issues are all important to me.
  2. At the federal level; the presidential race and national issues always draw me out.
  3. At the federal and state level - the major races, the big issues.
  4. Yes, mostly at the local level. County and city races and issues are important to me.
  5. Yes, but it’s a matter of party. I vote for mine.
  6. It varies according to candidate and issue. Sometimes I get involved, other times I’m not interested.
  7. No, not really.
  8. Other.
  1. Absolutely!
  2. For the most part.
  3. It used to be.
  4. Yes, unfortunately.
  5. No.
  6. Other.
  1. The process is working fine.
  2. The Republican side is fine, but the Democrats...
  3. The Democratic side is fine, but the Republicans...
  4. I think the primaries have become embarrassing.
  5. I’m not really following the primaries.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, and I don’t want to see it here.
  2. Not if it’s properly regulated.
  3. No, it’s used elsewhere and I have few concerns.
  4. Other.
  1. Yes, three Florida cities top HealthGrove.com’s 50 most-at-risk list.
  2. Somewhat, the same way I worry about other mosquito-borne illnesses.
  3. No, I don’t perceive a high risk.
  4. Other.
  1. Yes, they need the protection the designation provides.
  2. No, it’s time to reclassify their designation to “threatened.”
  3. I don’t care either way.
  4. Other.
  1. North Carolina (32-6)
  2. Villanova (33-5)
  3. Syracuse (23-13)
  4. Oklahoma (29-7)
  1. Yes. And I’d like to see the city retain 4 a.m. weekend closing times.
  2. No, it’s been amply discussed, and I think council made the right decision.
  3. In light of public reaction, more discussion is warranted either way.
  4. Other.
  1. Yes, it’s time.
  2. I have mixed feelings.
  3. No.
  4. The issue does not matter to me.
  5. Other.
  1. Yes.
  2. I have mixed feelings.
  3. No.
  4. The results don't matter to me.
  1. Yes, I already have via mail ballot.
  2. Yes, my mind is made up.
  3. Yes, but I’m still weighing the candidates in my party.
  4. I’m not sure yet.
  5. No, I’m neither a registered Republican or Democrat.
  6. No, the preference primary is not important to me.
  7. No, I can’t support any of them.
  8. Other.
  1. Yes, a major upgrade, including palm trees, more colorful plants and more lighting.
  2. To a degree; remove of any dead plants or trees, add replacement and fill-in plants and general refurbishment.
  3. No, I think it looks fine except for, maybe, some maintenance.
  4. I don’t care as long as no general fund tax dollars are used to pay for it.
  5. Any median improvements should use native plants to minimize water use and ongoing costs.
  6. Other.
  1. Yes, there is no easy fix.
  2. They’re trying but could be doing more.
  3. No, they aren’t listening to local concerns.
  4. They are doing nothing - allocating voter-approved Amendment 1 funds could go a long way toward fixing this.
  5. I think the issue is overblown.
  6. I’m not following it.
  7. Other.
  1. A - Good, the city of Cape Coral is on track!
  2. B - Fine, things are progressing fairly well.
  3. C - Average.
  4. D - Below average, changes are warranted.
  5. F - Poor, a new course is needed.
  1. Yes, both the extreme volume and profane lyrics should be kept in check.
  2. ust the volume — if the sound is controlled no one outside the venue will hear the lyrics.
  3. Just the profanity — always.
  4. No additional regulations are needed.
  5. Concerts like these should not be held in the Cape.
  1. Yes, I favor a wall or berm being added to the construction project
  2. No; it’s not needed.
  3. Not if it’s taxpayer funded; let those affected pay the additional costs if they want it.
  4. Property owners should install their own walls, fences or plant trees if they are bothered by the prospect of additional traffic.
  5. Other.
  1. Good, it was spot on.
  2. Mixed. Some good points, some I didn’t agree with.
  3. Pure politics.
  4. I didn’t watch.
  5. I didn’t even know it was on.
  6. Other.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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