Civil Beat surveyed 780 registered voters April 7-9 using interactive voice response technology (touch-tone polling) on their views on marijuana, GMO labeling, the Honolulu rail project and top elected officials.

The poll included landlines and cell phones, and had a margin of error of 3.5 percent. The margin of error for Oahu-only respondents was 4.2 percent.

In all the surveys, calls were made to land lines and cell phones. Cell phones were contacted in compliance with federal law.

Cantilvered HART/rail supports tower over westbound H1/H2 merge.  19 march 2015. photograph Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Cantilvered HART/rail supports tower over the westbound H1/H2 merge.

Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Results were balanced for age, gender, ethnicity and phone type.

The poll was conducted by Civil Beat working with Merriman River Group, a full-service consulting organization specializing in opinion research, election management and communications.

The full poll questionnaires and results are posted below.

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