San Franciscans continue to be generally content with their city and the services it provides, as well as supportive of our growing economy, according to the results of the 2015 Dignity Health CityBeat voter poll released today by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, which commissioned the poll. However, voters remain very concerned about the increasing cost of living and the shortage of affordable housing. They continue to oppose congestion pricing and city mandated public power programs, while strongly supporting a new sports arena, a housing bond issue and expanded shelter programs for the homeless in conjunction with a prohibition of sleeping on sidewalks and parks.
The Chamber of Commerce released the results this morning at the Chamber’s CityBeat Breakfast, attended by nearly 1,000 civic, business and government leaders in San Francisco.
For results, click here.
The Dignity Health CityBeat Poll was conducted among 600 San Francisco voters in February 2015 by David Binder Research for the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. It has a margin of error of +/- 4 percent.