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FDOT contracted with the PORL at UNF to gather information about the attitudes and awareness of adults living in 10 counties that experience some of the most serious injuries and fatal motorcycle crashes in the State of Florida. Motorcyclists and non-motorcyclists were asked about FDOT's motorcycle safety awareness campaigns and their general driving habits. The performance goal is to monitor the progress of FDOT's motorcycle safety awareness campaigns and their coverage throughout these counties.
A telephone survey of the State of Florida was conducted, about residents' awareness of the "Click It or Ticket" safety campaign and their driving habits.
FDOT Click It Or Ticket Media Survey Report
Summary: FDOT contracted with PORL at UNF to gather information about the attitudes and awareness of adults living in the State of Florida concerning FDOT's Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over media campaign, general driving habits and driving habits after consuming alcohol. The performance goal is to monitor progress in FDOT's drinking and driving marketing campaign and its coverage throughout the state.
FDOT contracted with the PORL at UNF to gather information about the attitudes and awareness of adults living in 10 counties that experience some of the mostserious injuries and fatal motorcycle crashes in the State of Florida. Motorcyclists and nonmotorcyclists were asked about FDOT's motorcycle safety awareness campaigns and their general driving habits. The performance goal is to monitor the progress of FDOT's motorcycle safety awareness campaigns and their coverage throughout these counties.
In the field: June 5 - June 19, 2017
Type of Survey: Telephone (Landline 29% and Cellphone 70%)
Completed Surveys: n=1,500
Margin of sampling error: +/- 2.53%
September 30, 2017 - FDOT: Click It Or Ticket Media Survey
Project Summary: The Public Opinion Research Laboratory at the University of North Florida, on behalf of the Jacksonville
Area Legal Aid, Inc., conducted an analysis of the City of Jacksonville's Municipal Code Compliance
Division (MCCD) current policy that prevents the MCCD from inspecting and enforcing violations in HUD
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO) sponsored this poll to gauge community perceptions of public safety in Jacksonville, Florida (not including the Beaches Communities). The survey was conducted from November 14 through December 12, 2016 through live telephone interviews with adult respondents in Jacksonville, Florida. This survey resulted in 1,711 completed interviews, across the six JSO police patrol zones.
In the field: November 14 - December 12, 2016
Type of Survey: Telephone (Landline 18% and Cellphone 81%)
Completed Surveys: n=1,711
Margin of sampling error: +/- 2.37%
February 3, 2017 - New Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Survey Shows Community Supports the Police
JSO Full Report - Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Community Survey
Each JSO police patrol zone was weighted by age, gender and race to the estimated 2015 American Community Survey (ACS). This analysis produced sample data for demographic characteristics of people who are 18 years of age or older and live in Jacksonville, Florida (excluding the Beaches Communities).
The Florida Fourth Judicial Circuit Poll was conducted Monday, June 27 through Thursday, June 30, 2016 by telephone. Samples were created through voter files provided by each county's board of elections and selected through the use of randomization among likely voters. Calls were conducted only in English, with 747 registered likely voters 18 years of age or older. Likely voters were considered people who had voted in either four out of the last five statewide elections (presidential preference primary in 2016, statewide primary elections in 2012 and 2014 and general elections in 2012 and 2014). Voters who voted in at least the 2014 statewide primary election and were newly registered voters that voted in the 2016 presidential preference primary were also included as likely voters. In addition to be considered a likely voter, respondent indicated that they would "Definitely Vote" or "Probably Vote" in August's primary election.
July 6, 2016 likely voters shows the potential for turnover in the State Attorney and Public Defender offices
Description: A telephone survey was conducted, both a pre-wave and post-wave survey, for the "Click It or Ticket" safety campaign, which took place during Memorial Day Weekend.
Polling Universe: People 18 years of age or older with a valid driver's license and spend more
than 1-month in Florida.
In the field: [Pre-Wave] March 26 - April 6, 2015 & [Post-Wave] June 1 - June 17, 2015
Type of Survey: Telephone (Landline and Cellphone)
Completed Surveys: [Pre-Wave] 1,108 & [Post Wave] 1103
Margin of sampling error for each county: +/- 2.9%
Click It or Ticket Survey 2015 Final Report
Weights: The general population or total sample was weighted by age, gender, and race to the estimated
2013 American Community Survey (ACS), from the U.S. Census Bureau. There was an
oversample of both young drivers (18-34 years old) weighted to the 2013 ACS and the pickup
truck drivers were weighted to the initial total sample percentages.
Description: The purpose of this report is to assess the differences in the presence or absence of males and females on mortgages and promissory notes in Duval County, Florida. Results presented below indicate that men and women appear on mortgages at nearly identical rates. However, when both genders appear on the mortgage men are more likely to appear on a promissory note than women.
Sampling Frame: Foreclosure cases filed in Duval County from January 1, 2008 through August 28, 2014.
In the field: July of 2014
Type of Project: Data Collection
JALA Final Report