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1 Final Frequencies (n=400) MINNEAPOLIS AREA SURVEY* The Mellman Group, Inc. and Ayres, McHenry & Associates, Inc. June 28, 2011 Hello. My name is _[FIRST NAME ONLY]_. I'm calling long distance from. We are conducting a public opinion survey and I would like to ask you some questions. We are not selling anything, and I will not ask you for a contribution or donation. Could I please speak with [ASK FOR NAME ON LIST. IF NOT AVAILABLE, SCHEDULE TIME FOR A CALLBACK. YOU MAY ONLY SPEAK WITH ANOTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBER IF THEIR NAME IS ON THE LIST.] First, are you registered to vote at this address? [RECORD, BUT DO NOT ASK, GENDER:] male female Are you or is anyone in your household a journalist, employed by a newspaper, television or radio station? Yes... [TERMINATE] No [VOL] don't know... [TERMINATE] 2. How likely would you say you are to vote in the November 2012 elections for President, Senate, Congress and other political offices -- are you almost certain to vote in the elections, very likely, about 50-50, not too likely, not at all likely, or aren't you sure? almost certain very likely... 9 about [TERMINATE] not too likely... [TERMINATE] not at all likely... [TERMINATE] dk/not sure... [TERMINATE] Overall, do you have a very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable impression of? [READ NAME FROM LIST BELOW] If you haven't heard of the person or group {6}, or if you don't know enough about that person or group to have an impression, {5}, just say so and we will move on. [RANDOMIZE Q.3-Q.4] DK 3. Barack Obama [buh-rock oh-bah-muh] U.S. Congress very fav smwt fav smwt unfav very unfav never heard *Zipcodes were selected around the 394 and 25W corridors where dynamic tolling exists

2 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 2 Now I m going to list some things people tell us they are concerned about personally. After each, please tell me whether it is one of the things that worries you the most, whether it worries you a great deal, some, not too much, or not at all. If you are not sure, please say so and we ll go on. [RANDOMIZE QUESTIONS Q.5/6-Q.18] worries the most great deal some not too much 5. The United States is too dependent on oil The United States is too dependent on foreign oil Our dependence on oil is making America less secure Our dependence on foreign oil is making America less secure Our dependence on oil is hurting our economy Our dependence on foreign oil is hurting our economy You re paying too much in taxes The federal budget deficit is out of control Good jobs are getting harder to find Tolls in the Minneapolis area are too high It takes too long to get to work and home on our roads We are not doing enough to increase energy efficiency Traffic jams are hurting our quality of life Gas prices are too high and will go even higher again How much, if anything, have you read or heard about dynamic toll lanes on Interstate 394 and Interstate 35 West where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? Would you say you have heard a great deal, some, not too much, or nothing at all about these kinds of dynamic toll lanes on Interstate 394 and Interstate 35 West? Great deal Some Not too much Nothing at all [VOL] Don t know... 0 not at all DK

3 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page Do you support or oppose these dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? [SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK] Do you feel that way strongly or not so strongly? Support, strongly Support, not strongly Oppose, not strongly... 9 Oppose, strongly [VOL] Don t know Do you believe these dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume have been helpful to you and your family, harmful to you and your family, or have these lanes had no effect on you and your family? [IF HELPFUL/HARMFUL, ASK] Is that very (helpful/harmful) or somewhat (helpful/harmful)? Helpful, very Helpful, somewhat No effect Harmful, somewhat... 2 Harmful, very [VOL] Don t know In a typical week, how often, if ever, do you use these dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? Every day days a week days a week days a week Rarely Never [VOL] Don t know In a typical week, how often, if ever, do you use the free lanes instead of the dynamic toll lanes on highways where you have a choice of both types of lanes? Every day days a week days a week days a week Rarely Never [VOL] Don t know... 1

4 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 4 [ASK Q.24 IF Q.22=1,2,3,4. IF Q.22=5 or 6, SKIP TO Q.25] 24. Prior to using the dynamic toll lanes, where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume, did you believe that these lanes would be helpful to you and your family, harmful to you and your family, or did you believe, prior to using these lanes, that they would have no effect on you and your family? [IF HELPFUL/HARMFUL, ASK] Is that very (helpful/harmful) or somewhat (helpful/harmful)? Helpful, very Helpful, somewhat No effect Harmful, somewhat... 5 Harmful, very [VOL] Don t know As you may know, Interstate 394 and Interstate 35 West have dynamic toll lanes that allow carpools and other high occupancy vehicles access for free, but charges a toll for all other vehicles depending on the time of day and volume of traffic. If there is a lot of traffic, the cost of accessing the dynamic toll lanes increases to make sure that traffic in these toll lanes continues to move quickly. When there is not as much traffic, the cost of accessing the dynamic toll lanes decreases. At all times, drivers have the choice to access the free lanes on Interstate 394 and Interstate 35 West and are not forced to pay the toll if they do not want to. Do you support or oppose these dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? [IF SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK] Do you feel that way strongly or not so strongly? Support, strongly Support, not strongly Oppose, not strongly... 6 Oppose, strongly [VOL] Don t know... 6 Now I m going to read you some more specific parts of the dynamic toll lane program we ve been discussing. For each item I read, please tell me if you favor or oppose that particular part. If you aren t sure how you feel about a specific item, just say so and we ll go on. [FOLLOW ALL "FAVOR" OR "OPPOSE" WITH:] Do you strongly (FAVOR/OPPOSE) or only somewhat (FAVOR/OPPOSE) that? [RANDOMIZE Q.26-Q.29] Strong favor Smwt favor Smwt oppose Strg oppose 26. In order to keep traffic flowing in the lanes, the dynamic tolls will become more expensive when there is a lot of traffic and less expensive when there is less traffic Carpools and other high occupancy vehicles such as buses will be able to access the dynamic toll lanes for free At all times, drivers will have access to free lanes and are not forced to pay the toll if they do not want to Users of these dynamic tolls can also get a transponder device for their vehicle so they would not have to stop at a toll booth don t know

5 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page Now that you ve heard more about the specific parts of this program, that is, all the things I have just read to you, do you support or oppose these dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? [IF SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK] Do you feel that way strongly or not so strongly? Support, strongly Support, not strongly Oppose, not strongly... 6 Oppose, strongly [VOL] Don t know... 4 Now I m going to list some words and phrases that some people say describe the dynamic toll lane program we ve been discussing. After each please tell me how well you personally think that word or phrase describes the dynamic toll lane program. Does it describe it very well, pretty well, not too well, or not well at all. If you aren t sure how you feel about a specific item, just say so and we ll go on. Very Well Pretty Well Not Too Not At All [ALWAYS ASK FIRST] 31. reduces traffic congestion [RANDOMIZE Q.32/33-Q.41] 32. reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and our dependence on foreign oil reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and our dependence on foreign oil, thereby improving our national security makes it easier and faster for people to go where they want reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and therefore air pollution a fair tradeoff between cost and convenience gives everyone a choice about whether or not to take the toll lanes and pay the tolls too expensive saves me money on gas by reducing congestion and the time I m stuck in traffic allows me to get where I want to go on time convenient Don t Know

6 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 6 Now I m going to list the same words and phrases. This time, after each, please tell me how good or bad it would be if that particular thing happens. Use a scale of zero to ten where zero means it is one of the worst things that could happen and 10 means it is one of the best things that can happen. 5 is neutral, neither good nor bad. You may select any number between zero and ten. If you are not sure, please say so. [CODE ACTUAL NUMBER DK=99] [ALWAYS ASK FIRST] 42. reduces traffic congestion [RANDOMIZE Q.43/44-Q.52] 43. reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and our dependence on foreign oil reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and our dependence on foreign oil, thereby improving our national security makes it easier and faster for people to go where they want reduces the number of vehicles stuck in traffic, reducing gas consumption and therefore air pollution a fair tradeoff between cost and convenience gives everyone a choice about whether or not to take the toll lanes and pay the tolls too expensive saves me money on gas by reducing congestion and the time I m stuck in traffic allows me to get where I want to go on time convenient WORST BEST Now I am going to tell you what some people are saying about the toll lane program we ve been discussing. [ROTATE PARAGRAPHS] Opponents of the dynamic toll lane program say with gas prices already near record levels, the last thing we can afford is another tax. Yet, these lanes amount to a double tax. Taxpayers already pay a gas tax to build and maintain roads but now bureaucrats want to charge them to drive on the roads, too. These Lexus lanes disproportionately benefit those who can pay a premium to avoid traffic while leaving those who can t afford to pay a toll sitting on congested roads. Moreover, people s privacy will be at risk because the government will know when they have traveled on these roads.

7 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 7 [SPLIT SAMPLE J] Supporters of the dynamic toll lane program say it is critical that we reduce America s dependence on foreign oil. We currently send billions of dollars overseas to countries that don t like us instead of investing it here at home. One important way to reduce our dependence on foreign oil is by reducing the amount of gas wasted because cars are stuck in traffic. These dynamic toll lanes mean less waiting in traffic which saves oil, gets people home, or to work, faster, and saves them money on gas, while providing the money we need to build and repair roads without raising gas taxes. Moreover, people always have a choice about whether or not to use the lanes and pay the tolls. 53. Do you support or oppose these toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? [SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK] Do you feel that way strongly or not so strongly? Support, strongly Support, not strongly Oppose, not strongly... 8 Oppose, strongly [VOL] Don t know... 2 [SPLIT SAMPLE K] Supporters of the dynamic toll lane program say these toll lanes benefit everyone, not only the drivers who choose to pay a toll for faster, more reliable travel times. These lanes are free for buses, emergency vehicles, and carpools, so they allow faster emergency response times and encourage people to carpool. Additionally, they reduce the amount of gas wasted because cars are stuck in traffic which saves people money on gas, helps reduce America s dependence on foreign oil and reduce the pollution emitted from stop and go traffic. And the toll lanes take cars off the free lanes while always giving people a choice about whether or not to use the lanes and pay the tolls. 54. Do you support or oppose these toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume? [SUPPORT/OPPOSE, ASK] Do you feel that way strongly or not so strongly? Support, strongly Support, not strongly Oppose, not strongly... 7 Oppose, strongly [VOL] Don t know... 6

8 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 8 [ROTATE BATTERY I/II] BATTERY I Now I'm going to list some of the reasons people have given us to support dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume. After each, please tell me whether you think it is a very convincing reason to support these dynamic toll lanes, a somewhat convincing reason, not too convincing, or not convincing at all. If you are not sure how you feel about a particular item, please say so and we'll go on. [RANDOMIZE BY QUESTION Q.55/56-Q.65] Very conv. Smwt conv Not too conv 55. We currently send billions of dollars overseas to countries that don t like us instead of investing it here at home. These dynamic toll lanes help reduce our dependence on foreign oil by reducing the amount of gas wasted while stuck in traffic These dynamic toll lanes help reduce our dependence on foreign oil by reducing the amount of gas wasted because cars are stuck in traffic These dynamic toll lanes make it easier for people to get to work or home more quickly These lanes will benefit everyone by decreasing congestion in free lanes These lanes will benefit everyone by decreasing congestion in free lanes while always giving people a choice about whether or not to use the lanes and pay the tolls People always have a choice about whether or not to use the lanes and pay the tolls These dynamic toll lanes are free for buses and carpools, encouraging people to carpool or use public transit These lanes benefit the environment because they reduce the stop and go traffic that releases air pollution By varying the toll price based on the time of day and traffic volume, these dynamic tolls provide faster, more reliable travel times These lanes benefit the environment because they reduce gasoline consumption The revenue from tolls goes to improve roads and other local transportation projects and helps prevent increases in the gas tax Not at all Dk

9 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 9 BATTERY II Now I'm going to list some of the reasons people have given us to oppose dynamic toll lanes where the price to enter changes depending on the time of day and traffic volume. After each, please tell me whether you think it is a very convincing reason to oppose these dynamic toll lanes, a somewhat convincing reason, not too convincing, or not convincing at all. If you are not sure how you feel about a particular item, please say so and we'll go on. Very conv. Smwt conv Not too conv [RANDOMIZE BY QUESTION Q.66-Q.70] Dk 66. In this economy, tolls for these lanes will be too high for most drivers, leading to increased congestion in regular lanes and on surface streets These lanes amount to a double tax. Taxpayers already pay a gas tax to build and maintain roads but now bureaucrats want to charge them to drive on the roads Instead of building Lexus lanes for the wealthy, local officials should spend our tax dollars improving roads for everyone There is no guarantee that the revenue generated by the tolls is spent on road improvement People s privacy will be at risk because the government will know when they have traveled on these roads [END ROTATION] THANK YOU. THE FEW REMAINING QUESTIONS ARE FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES ONLY. 71. Generally speaking, do you think of yourself as a Republican, a Democrat, an independent, or something else? [IF REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT ASK:] Do you consider yourself a strong (Republican/Democrat) or a not so strong (Republican/Democrat)? [IF INDEPENDENT ASK:] Would you say that you lean more toward the Republicans or more toward the Democrats? strong Republican not so strong Republican... 6 independent leans Republican... 5 Independent...24 independent leans Democrat... 9 not so strong Democrat... 6 strong Democrat dk/na/other [VOL]... 6 Not at all

10 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page Do you consider yourself very liberal, somewhat liberal, moderate, somewhat conservative or very conservative? [IF MODERATE, ASK:] Do you tend to lean toward the liberal or conservative side? very liberal somewhat liberal moderate leans liberal... 6 Moderate moderate leans conservative... 6 somewhat conservative very conservative dk/ref [VOL] What is your age? na/ref What was the last level of schooling you completed? less than high school graduate... 0 high school graduate some college...23 college graduate post-graduate dk/ref [VOL] Are you Latino, Hispanic, or of Spanish descent? Yes... 2 No dk [VOL] Are you black, white, Asian, Native American or some other race? Black... 4 White Asian... 2 Native American... 0 Other... 2 DK/ref [VOL] How many days per week do you commute to work in your car? [RECORD # OF DAYS, REFUSED=99] 6-7 days a week... 4

11 Minneapolis Area Survey (June 2011) Page 11 5 days a week days a week days a week days a week [VOL] Don t know If you were asked to use one of these given names for the economic class you belong to, which would you say you belong in upper class, upper middle-class, middle class, working class, or lower class? upper class upper middle-class middle-class...63 working class lower class don t know [VOL]... 2 Other [VOL] What is your zip code? Thank you for answering these questions.

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