Friday, December 09, 2005

Fort Wayne downtown hotel poll is now closed

I have closed the Fort Wayne downtown hotel poll. It was on my blog for one week. Each person was allowed to vote only one time. This is not a scientific poll since it is only polling those people who visit my blog. The people who visit my blog TEND to be Libertarians and small government Republicans (The few that are left).

The question:
Do you think The City of Fort Wayne should spend taxpayer money to build a new hotel in downtown Fort Wayne?

Your responses:
Yes, this hotel will spur downtown development. 9 votes or 15%.
Maybe, I am not sure.
5 votes or 8%.
No, if a hotel made economic sense a business would build the hotel on their own. 47 votes or 77%.

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