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Title: National Tracking Poll 180336
Author: Morning Consult

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National Tracking Poll
N Size: 329 Adults In Boston
Margin of Error: ± 5%
March 27 - April 03, 2018

Topline Report
Question
Q1

Response

7%
43%
38%
3%

If there was a short-term rental in your neighborhood with new guests renting
each week, would you be concerned or not concerned about the following? Your
children playing outside (among identified parents)
Concerned
Not concerned
Dont Know/No Opinion

Q3

Percentage

If a real estate company or investor bought your neighbors home, apartment, or condo
to rent out on a short-term basis like a hotel, with new guests renting each week,
would you feel more or less safe in your home than you do today, or would it not make
much difference either way?
More safe than I do today
Less safe than I do today
No more nor less safe than I do today
Dont Know/No Opinion

Q2

Frequency

78%
20%
3%

The City of Boston is considering adding protections to safeguard neighborhoods from
the impacts of short-term rentals, like prohibiting commercial investors from buying
up homes in neighborhoods and renting them out on a short-term basis like a hotel.
Based on what you know, do you support or oppose these protections?
70%
Support
16%
Oppose
Dont Know/No Opinion
4%

Note: Group proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. All statistics are calculated for registered voters with demographic post-strati cation weights applied.

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Morning Consult
Respondent Demographics Summary

Respondent Demographics Summary
Summary Statistics of Survey Respondent Demographics
Demographic

Group

Frequency

Percentage

xdemAll

Adults in Boston

329

00%

xdemGender

Gender: Male
Gender: Female
N

56
73
329

48%
52%

Age: 18-29
Age: 30-44
Age: 45-54
Age: 55-64
Age: 65+
N


93
45
38
42
329

34%
28%
4%
2%
3%

PID: Dem (no lean)
PID: Ind (no lean)
PID: Rep (no lean)
N

39
6
29
329

42%
49%
9%

xpidGender

PID/Gender: Dem Men
PID/Gender: Dem Women
PID/Gender: Ind Men
PID/Gender: Ind Women
PID/Gender: Rep Men
PID/Gender: Rep Women
N

45
94
9
70
20
9
329

4%
28%
28%
2%
6%
3%

xdemIdeo3

Ideo: Liberal (1-3)
Ideo: Moderate (4)
Ideo: Conservative (5-7)
N

48
77
7
296

45%
23%
22%

Educ: < College
Educ: Bachelors degree
Educ: Post-grad
N

86
73
70
329

56%
22%
2%

Income: Under 50k
Income: 50k-100k
Income: 100k+
N

7
02
56
329

52%
3%
7%

Ethnicity: White

74

53%

Ethnicity: Hispanic

36

%

age5

xpid3

xeduc3

xdemInc3

xdemWhite
xdemHispBin

Continued on next page

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National Tracking Poll, March-April, 2018
Respondent Demographics Summary

Summary Statistics of Survey Respondent Demographics
Demographic
demBlackBin

Group

Frequency

Percentage

Ethnicity: Afr. Am.

84

25%

Ethnicity: Other

7

22%

Relig: Protestant
Relig: Roman Catholic
Relig: Ath./Agn./None
Relig: Something Else
N

38
90
99
76
304

2%
27%
30%
23%

xreligion1

Relig: Jewish

20

6%

xreligion2

Relig: Evangelical
Relig: Non-Evang. Catholics
N

53
00
54

6%
3%

xreligion3

Relig: All Christian
Relig: All Non-Christian
N

54
75
329

47%
53%

xdemUsr

Community: Urban
Community: Suburban
Community: Rural
N

257
53
9
329

78%
6%
6%

xdemEmploy

Employ: Private Sector
Employ: Government
Employ: Self-Employed
Employ: Homemaker
Employ: Student
Employ: Retired
Employ: Unemployed
Employ: Other
N

33
27
24
8
44
40
33
9
329

4%
8%
7%
3%
3%
2%
0%
6%

Military HH: Yes
Military HH: No
N

29
300
329

9%
9%

RD/WT: Right Direction
RD/WT: Wrong Track
N

76
253
329

23%
77%

demRaceOther
xrelNet

xdemMilHH1

xnr1

Continued on next page

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Morning Consult
Respondent Demographics Summary

Summary Statistics of Survey Respondent Demographics
Demographic

Frequency

Percentage

Strongly Approve
Somewhat Approve
Somewhat Disapprove
Strongly Disapprove
Dont Know / No Opinion
N

2
57
54
77
20
329

7%
7%
6%
54%
6%

#1 Issue: Economy
#1 Issue: Security
#1 Issue: Health Care
#1 Issue: Medicare / Social Security
#1 Issue: Women’s Issues
#1 Issue: Education
#1 Issue: Energy
#1 Issue: Other
N

98
55
52
30
36
29

8
329

30%
7%
6%
9%
%
9%
3%
6%

xsubVote16O

2016 Vote: Democrat Hillary Clinton
2016 Vote: Republican Donald Trump
2016 Vote: Someone else
N

48
44
29
220

45%
3%
9%

xsubVote12O

2012 Vote: Barack Obama
2012 Vote: Mitt Romney
2012 Vote: Other
2012 Vote: Didn’t Vote
N

42
44
0
33
329

43%
3%
3%
40%

Q172

xnr3

Group

Note: Group proportions may total to larger than one-hundred percent due to rounding. All statistics are calculated with demographic post-strati cation weights applied.

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National Tracking Poll, March-April, 2018

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