National Survey of 1,000 American Adults
Conducted August 2-3,
By Rasmussen Reports
1* How often do you use mass transit services such as buses, subways, trains, or ferries – every day or nearly every day, at least once a week, two or three times a month, once every few months, rarely or never?
2* In determining where you choose to live or work, how important is the availability of mass transit services?
3* Generally speaking, how safe are mass transit services in the United States?
4* Are mass transit services in the United States safer or not as safe today compared to 10 years ago? Or is the level of safety about the same?
5* If you have the choice, would you rather take public transportation or drive your own car to go somewhere?
6* Should the federal government do more to encourage use of mass transit services in the United States, including funding more public transportation projects?
7* Should the government continue to fund mass transit services even if they lose money?
8* Do you live in a city, a suburb, or a rural area?
9* Do you consider yourself wealthy, upper middle class, middle class, or poor?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence