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36 registered responses


Could you support this map?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 75.0% 27
No 25.0% 9

Could you support this map?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 64.7% 22
No 35.3% 12

Could you support this map?

Response Percent Response Count
Yes 58.3% 21
No 41.7% 15

Which map is your top choice?

Response Percent Response Count
Map 101 V2 C 25.0% 9
Map 102 V7 C 5.6% 2
Map 104 V2 C 16.7% 6
No Preference 25.0% 9
None 27.8% 10

Comment:

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What is your age category?

Response Percent Response Count
Under 29 years old 2.9% 1
30 to 49 years old 20.6% 7
50 to 69 years old 52.9% 18
70+ years old 23.5% 8

What is your family or household annual income?

Response Percent Response Count
Less than $50,000 3.7% 1
$50,000 to $99,999 22.2% 6
$100,000 to $199,999 44.4% 12
More than $200,000 29.6% 8

What is your race/ethnicity?

Response Percent Response Count
Non-Hispanic White 73.5% 25
Hispanic or Latinx 5.9% 2
Asian 8.8% 3
Two or more races 11.8% 4

What is your housing tenure?

Response Percent Response Count
Renter 8.6% 3
Owner 85.7% 30
Both (mobile home owner) 5.7% 2

What Council District do you live in?

Response Percent Response Count
District 1 22.2% 8
District 2 22.2% 8
District 3 19.4% 7
District 4 11.1% 4
District 5 13.9% 5
District 6 11.1% 4
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February 20, 2022, 1:55 PM
  • Could you support this map?
    • Yes
  • Could you support this map?
    • Yes
  • Could you support this map?
    • Yes
  • Which map is your top choice?
    • Map 104 V2 C
  • Comment:
    No response.
  • What is your age category?
    • 30 to 49 years old
  • What is your family or household annual income?
    • $100,000 to $199,999
  • What is your race/ethnicity?
    • Non-Hispanic White
  • What is your housing tenure?
    • Renter
  • What Council District do you live in?
    • District 6
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Please review the maps and key points below.  Each map clicks to expand and show demographic data.

MAP 101V2C

Description:

The dotted line represents current district boundaries. The revised districts are in color.

  • No changes to District 4, 5 and 6 (except Fair Oaks Notch)
  • Changes Fair Oaks Notch to include only the Fair Oaks Mobile Home Park in D6, with SNAIL neighborhood condos moving into D5
  • Keeps neighborhood associations intact within a district
  • Keeps area north-east of S. Mathilda (Cherry Orchard and Villa Cerise apartments) in District 2 to align with school attendance boundaries
  • Moves Las Palmas and most of Cherry Orchard areas into District 1 to align with school attendance boundaries
  • Moves Nimitz area from District 1 to District 3 to align with school attendance boundaries
  • Deviation between most/least populated districts: 7.71%
  • Maximum Asian Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP): 44%
  • Maximum Latino Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP): 21%
     
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