John Temple

The Story Behind Our “Cops, Prostitutes and Pimps” Series Civil Beat

The Story Behind Our “Cops, Prostitutes and Pimps” Series

Investigation of human trafficking in Hawaii led to examination of sex trafficking in Honolulu.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 5 – 9

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of March 5 – 9

The Civil Beat Poll reveals anti-rail sentiment, support for anti-rail Cayetano.
New Civil Beat Blogs Offer More Fresh News

New Civil Beat Blogs Offer More Fresh News

Reporters keep you abreast of news on their beats as it happens.

Merriman Poll Finds Romney In Front In Ohio

Civil Beat polling partner conducts its own poll in key Super Tuesday state.
10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Feb. 27 – March 2 NOAA

10 Must Read Stories From The Week Of Feb. 27 – March 2

Civil Beat launched "It's your money" series this week.
Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano Tops 50% In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Civil Beat Poll – Cayetano Tops 50% In Honolulu Mayor’s Race

Anti-rail candidate has 15 point margin over Carlisle, Caldwell combined.

Civil Beat Poll – Honolulu Rail/Mayoral Race Questionnaire

Here's what we asked likely voters about the Honolulu mayor's race and rail project.
Civil Beat Poll – Rail Top Issue for Honolulu Voters

Civil Beat Poll – Rail Top Issue for Honolulu Voters

Infrastructure and the economy are the other key issues in mayoral election.
Civil Beat Poll – Majority of Honolulu Voters Don’t Buy Rail Congestion Argument

Civil Beat Poll – Majority of Honolulu Voters Don’t Buy Rail Congestion Argument

They understand rail won't mean less traffic congestion in Honolulu than today.
Civil Beat Poll – 44% of Honolulu Voters Perceive Bias in Rail Coverage

Civil Beat Poll – 44% of Honolulu Voters Perceive Bias in Rail Coverage

More than a third say rail reporting has generally been fair.
Civil Beat Poll – Honolulu Rail Authority Hasn’t Won Voters’ Confidence

Civil Beat Poll – Honolulu Rail Authority Hasn’t Won Voters’ Confidence

By almost 2-1 margin, Honolulu voters say HART isn't competent, can't complete rail successfully.
Civil Beat Poll – Honolulu Voters Oppose Rail Project

Civil Beat Poll – Honolulu Voters Oppose Rail Project

Fifty-five percent of likely voters say they're against $5.2 billion line.