Plus a Groundbreaking Insider Exclusive Special Report on April Fools’ Day opinions, and monkeys.
Majorities strongly support many policies in response, including investing in public transit.
Official data point in every direction
Plus Israeli polling fail, bracketology, and FiveThirtyEight celebrates a milestone.
Two-thirds of commuter rails trains were late in February. The data shows it’s actually worse than it sounds.
Opposition now leads support slightly, a reversal from a month ago.
The results of our new MBTA poll for WBUR. Plus, tackling the problem of fabricated data in surveys.
Plus: Super Bowl data wrap-up; Obama approval uptick; early 2016 primary polling; vaccines, income inequality, education; and what does margin of error really mean, anyhow?
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Boston 2024 backers have claimed their bid for the Olympics has strong majority support. But the polling — including their own — says otherwise.
Half of Bostonians support the Olympics bid, and three-quarters want a chance to vote on it.
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Fifty-six percent supported casinos in Massachusetts; meanwhile, all three Democrats make gains against Charlie Baker.
With delegates preparing to gather next week, Martha Coakley turned in the highest fundraising figures among Democrats, followed by Don Berwick.
Republicans are taking their shot in the districts where they should be most competitive.
How will the casino issue play out, and how might it impact the governor’s race.
Coakley leads Republican Charlie Baker by 9 points, down from previous polls
Just over half (52 percent) favor placing a question repealing the state’s casino law on the ballot this November, with 39 percent opposed.
The poll also found openness to legalizing marijuana.