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Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

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Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

CENSUS REGION

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TIME ZONE

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

ABC STATE NUMBER

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Metropolitan Statistical Area

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Designated Market Area

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FIPS County

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

QUOTA CELL

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

TIMES TRIED

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.1 Would you say the traffic in your area has gotten much better, somewhat better, stayed about the same, gotten somew

Would you say the traffic in your area has gotten much better, somewhat better, stayed about the same, gotten somewhat worse, or gotten much worse over the last five years? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.2 Looking ahead, do you anticipate that the traffic in your area will get much better, somewhat better, stay the same

Looking ahead, do you anticipate that the traffic in your area will get much better, somewhat better, stay the same, get somewhat worse, or get much worse over the next five years? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.3 How often do you yourself get stuck driving in traffic jams - every day, several times a week, several times a month

How often do you yourself get stuck driving in traffic jams - every day, several times a week, several times a month, a few times a year, or never? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.4 Are you yourself employed outside the home, or not?

Are you yourself employed outside the home, or not?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.5 How do you usually get to work? Do you...

How do you usually get to work? Do you drive alone, drive or ride with someone else, walk, take a bus, take the Metrorail subway system, take other public transportation, or what? IF MORE THAN ONE: Which do you consider to be the PRIMARY way you get... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.6 Which comes closer to your own situation?

Which comes closer to your own situation?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.7 Do you work in Maryland, Virginia, or the District of Columbia?

Do you work in Maryland, Virginia, or the District of Columbia?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.8 About how far do you live from your place of work, in miles?

About how far do you live from your place of work, in miles?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.9 How many minutes does it usually take you to commute from home to work?

How many minutes does it usually take you to commute from home to work?

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.10 Just your best guess, on AVERAGE how much time do you think traffic congestion adds to your daily commute? That is

Just your best guess, on AVERAGE how much time do you think traffic congestion adds to your daily commute? That is, how many more minutes do you spend driving one way, compared to what it would be with no traffic? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.11 Some people describe their commute to work as a reverse commute, because they drive against the main flow of traff

Some people describe their commute to work as a reverse commute, because they drive against the main flow of traffic. On your commute to work, do you mainly drive in the same direction as the main flow of traffic, or in the opposite direction of the... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

Q.12 Is commuting to work something you like or dislike?

Is commuting to work something you like or dislike? IF LIKE: Do you like it a great deal or somewhat? IF DISLIKE: Do you dislike it a great deal or somewhat? ... (view details)

Taken from: Washington Post Poll: DC-Region Traffic Poll, January 2005.

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