Will Prop A Pass?

Will Prop A Pass?
The March 12-18 St. Louis Business Journal printed the on-line poll below. My understanding is that the STLBJ reader demographic isn’t the most likely to ride Metro or support Prop A. Anecdotally, the Prop A advocates appear better organized, more committed and more enthusiastic than when Prop M was considered in November 2008. Opponents seem less organized and less enthusiastic in comparison. Citizens for Modern Transit and others have done the ground work, enlisted business and political supporters from across the County. The polls close in less than 9 hours. Let’s hear your prediction for Prop A! 
I’m feeling optimistic this morning and I’m predicting Prop A approval: 58% YES – 42% NO


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