9/13: WSJ/Marist Poll: MTA Responsible for Service Cuts and Fare Hikes

September 13, 2010 by  
Filed under Featured, Living, Odds and Ends, Odds and Ends Polls

Who do New York City residents hold responsible for the MTA’s service cuts and fare hikes?  How have these changes impacted how MTA users get around town?  Find out in a Marist Poll conducted exclusively for The Wall Street Journal.  To read the full Wall Street Journal article, click here.

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Tables for The Marist Poll Conducted Exclusively for the Wall Street Journal:

Responsibility for MTA Service Cuts and Fire Hikes

Frequency of Using MTA’s Subways, Buses, or Trains Since the Service Cuts and Fare Hikes

Impact of Cuts: Travel

Impact of Cuts: Walking

Marist Poll Methodology

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One Response to “9/13: WSJ/Marist Poll: MTA Responsible for Service Cuts and Fare Hikes”

  1. Public unaware of transit policy, says poll :: Second Ave. Sagas on September 13th, 2010 3:33 pm

    [...] the public is listening, too, but to the wrong people. A Marist poll released today says that 61 percent of New Yorkers say the MTA is most to blame for the fare hikes [...]

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