San Francisco looking for a favor

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The Oakland branch of polling group EMC Research released the of an April voter survey finding that the overwhelming majority of Bay Area voters worry that other people won't be able to find housing and favor a sales tax hike to fund more affordable housing. Among its findings:.

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Bay Area favors sales tax for affordable housing, says poll. Photo by Shutterstock The Oakland branch of polling group EMC Research released the of an April voter survey finding that the overwhelming majority of Bay Area voters worry that other people won't be able to find housing and favor a sales tax hike to fund more affordable housing. Among its findings: The idea of a half-cent sales tax hike to create affordable housing passed muster with 66 percent of potential voters voicing approval—crucial, since new taxes must get at least two-thirds of the vote in California.

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Asked to rate priorities for public spending, voters deemed public education the one concern, but affordable housing came in a close second, followed by housing availability and homelessness. Overall, 52 percent of residents are worried about finding an affordable place to live, but that jumps up to 79 percent of renters.

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Another 75 percent said they worried about friends and family finding a place to live. And 72 percent of those polled say that building more housing near transit will relieve traffic and congestion. San Francisco Share this story.

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