PORTLAND - The results of a poll commissioned by two Lake Oswego businessmen was
released last week by the Riley Research Associates of Portland. Its purpose was
to measure support for a proposed 2010 ballot measures to develop casino resort
at the former Multnomah Kennel Club in Wood Village.
In the survey of 407 Oregon voters 54% would strongly or somewhat support a
constitutional amendment, 40% are opposed, and 6% are undecided. The margin of
error is plus or minus 5%.
The poll also asked which on a list of locations would be preferred for a
casino. There were 24% favoring the former Multnomah Greyhound racetrack located
at 223rd Avenue and Halsey Street in Wood Village, 21% favored the Portland
Meadows horse track in Portland, 16% favored the town of Cascade Locks, and 10%
favored the Rose Quarter area on Portland's northeast riverfront. There were 29%
with no preference.
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