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VOTERS IN CINCINNATI EXPRESS RESERVATIONS OVER STADIUM
Published April 28, 1995
Nearly 60% of Cincinnati residents "oppose construction of a new downtown stadium for the Reds or Bengals," according to a poll in the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. The poll also found that "only" 19% of voting-age city residents support a tax increase to pay for the new facility. The survey of 750 adults was conducted by Louis Harris and Associates and had a margin of error of +/- 3.6%. Among the 37% who support a new facility, 17% support two stadiums -- one each for the Bengals and Reds, 48% prefer one shared structure, and 32% favor one new stadium and a renovated Riverfront (Richard Green, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 4/27).