2016: CityStats poll shows a reduction in fears about crime, support for the death penalty, more government intervention to dampen the effects of climate change. Plus, we ask many questions about biking and transportation.
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2015:  Our poll shows the level of support for bike share and car share, and that people are less worried about crime. We also learn that the library system is rated the best at providing services. 
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2014: East Baton Rouge Parish residents are less worried about crime than they were a year ago. They would ride a train to New Orleans and its airport. More of them believe global warming is real and want the government to control emissions.  
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2013: East Baton Rouge Parish residents support a consolidation of the police and sheriff’s office, believe the planet is in a period of global warming and want the government to control greenhouse emissions. 
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2012: The CityStats poll shows progress in Baton Rouge is too slow, indicating that the people want their political and civic leaders to do better for the people. They want better ways to get around town and, most of all, they want less crime in their community.
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2011: Baton Rouge continues to worry about crime. Too many people are afraid to walk alone at night in their neighborhoods. Same-sex marriage is opposed, but only by a small majority.
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2010: EBR residents are restless, with more than half telling our pollsters that the pace of progress is too slow. The recession has had an effect on Baton Rouge; far more residents said they didn’t have enough money sometime last year to feed themselves.
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2009: The first indicators report sets the baseline for our parish.
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