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What the public wants : an analysis of voter preference on the issue of comprehensive planning in Oregon Public Deposited

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  • Voter preference on the issue of comprehensive land use planning in Oregon was analyzed through various population characteristics in order to determine the factors contributing to public preference in this issue and how they were distributed spatially. Two statistical models were developed to analyze the correlations between voting outcome in three comprehensive planning ballot measures and county-level social and economic factors. From the analysis, it was apparent that there was a spatial pattern of voting outcome based on education and employment levels. This pattern appeared to be fairly strongly established. A downturn in the state's economy was not influential in altering the spatial pattern of voting in this issue.
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