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Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Hawaii Voters Embrace Biden For US President Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Hawaii Voters Embrace Biden For US President

They also say they are satisfied with voting by mail, especially in a time of coronavirus.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Voters Still Sour On Ige And Caldwell Courtesy: City and County of Honolulu

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Voters Still Sour On Ige And Caldwell

And yet they also believe those very same leaders made the right call on stay-at-home and quarantine orders.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: For Prosecutor, More Voters Prefer Alm Over Kau Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: For Prosecutor, More Voters Prefer Alm Over Kau

They also strongly favor term limits for prosecutor just like the ones for Honolulu mayor and City Council.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Commanding Lead In Mayor’s Race Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Blangiardi Holds Commanding Lead In Mayor’s Race

The former television executive is ahead of Keith Amemiya by 20 percentage points and enjoys broad support among most voters.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Retired Judge Enjoys Double-Digit Lead In Prosecutor’s Race

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Retired Judge Enjoys Double-Digit Lead In Prosecutor’s Race

Steve Alm is out front so far. But two-thirds of Honolulu voters have not made up their minds and many have no idea who is running.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Honolulu Mayor’s Race Is Up For Grabs

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Honolulu Mayor’s Race Is Up For Grabs

Blangiardi leads Hanabusa, Amemiya and Pine, but 42% say they are unsure or prefer none of the candidates.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Stop Virus Even If Economy Crumbles

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Stop Virus Even If Economy Crumbles

A clear majority says it’s more important to stop COVID-19 from spreading than stop the economy from declining.

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Voters Have Negative View Of Ige, Caldwell

Civil Beat/HNN Poll: Voters Have Negative View Of Ige, Caldwell

Voters have cooled on U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, too. But Lt. Gov. Josh Green is very popular.

Civil Beat Poll: Strong Support For TMT But Little Love For Ige

Civil Beat Poll: Strong Support For TMT But Little Love For Ige

Two-thirds of Hawaii voters polled want the telescope built on Mauna Kea. But Native Hawaiians and residents under 50 were more likely to oppose the project.

The Civil Beat Poll