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An analysis of urban-suburban vs. rural voting on two land use issues in Clackamas County, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • When land use issues are voted upon directly by the people, or by the legislators who represent them, the outcome often reveals a discrepancy based on population density. Urban-suburban areas tend to support regulation, while rural areas tend to oppose it. The residents of Clackamas County have voted on two land use issues which could help to determine if this density related discrepancy is present in that county. Precinct level results on these two issues are correlated with density related factors. It is concluded that these factors do exert a significant influence on Clackamas Countys' approval of land use regulation in both of these votes.
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