National Survey of 1,000 Adults
Conducted May 4-5,
By Rasmussen Reports
1* How safe are the bridges you drive on?
2* Are U.S. roads, bridges and tunnels properly inspected for safety?
3* Does the United States spend too much or not enough on roads, bridges and tunnels? Or is the amount spent about right?
4* Who should be most responsible for the safety of America’s roads, bridges and tunnels?
5* Are tolls on roads, bridges and tunnels in your state too high or too low? Or are they about right?
6* Has your state raised tolls on roads, bridges and tunnels in the last five years?
7* A proposal has been made to allow states to put tolls on Interstate highways to help pay for highway and other infrastructure repairs. Do you favor or oppose putting tolls on Interstate highways for infrastructure maintenance?
8* How confident are you that money from Interstate tolls will be properly used to repair roads and bridges?
9* How likely are you to try to find alternative ways to go if tolls are placed on Interstate highways in your area?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence