City of Durham Poll:
At the current rate, how many people move to Durham each year?
300
3000
7300
Answer
17000
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City of Durham Poll:
Median home sales prices have increased by 35% since 2013. Do you view this as a problem?
Yes
No
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City of Durham Poll:
In your opinion, what are the top two (2) things driving the cost of housing?
Competition. There aren’t enough homes/apartments available to meet the growing demand.
Available housing does not meet the needs of the current population (for example, too many large homes).
Developers and investors are setting prices and pocketing tons of money.
Nearby upscale development is causing housing costs to increase.
Real estate values have historically been under-valued, so it’s not surprising to see an increase.
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City of Durham Poll:
Which of the following best describes the type of housing you currently live in?
Single-family house
Townhouse
Duplex (2 units)
Multiplex (3-4 units)
Small apartment (fewer than 10 units)
Apartment building
Other
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City of Durham Poll:
Would you be open to new types of housing into your neighborhood as a way to address the housing shortage?
Yes
No
Maybe
I don't live in a single-family neighborhood
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City of Durham Poll:
Duplexes are houses divided into two units with a separate entrance for each, but not all duplexes look alike and can be difficult to spot. See if you can Identify which of the following is actually a duplex.
Option A
Option B
Option C
Answer
Option D
Correct! Duplexes can blend into a neighborhood and can sometimes be hard to spot.
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City of Durham Poll:
Would you be comfortable with duplexes in your neighborhood?
Yes
No
Maybe
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City of Durham Poll:
Triplexes are houses divided into three units with a separate entrance for each. Sometimes they can blend into a neighborhood and difficult to spot. Can you identify which of the following is a triplex?
Option A
Answer
Option B
Option C
Option D
Correct! Triplexes can blend into the neighborhood and can sometimes be hard to spot.
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City of Durham Poll:
Would you be comfortable with triplexes in your neighborhood?
Yes
No
Maybe
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City of Durham Poll:
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are allowed in most Durham neighborhoods. They are are small, secondary dwelling units built on the same lot as the main house, and can be either attached or built independently. How interested would you be in building an ADU?
Not at all interested
Slightly interested
Moderately interested
Very interested
Extremely interested
I'm not a property owner
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City of Durham Poll:
What are the top three things that are keeping you from building an ADU?
I'm not a property owner
I think it would be a hassle to be a landlord
I think it would be too expensive to build
I had no idea it was an option
I have no idea where to start (the permitting process is too confusing)
I would consider it, but there isn't an incentive program available
I am not at all interested
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City of Durham Poll:
To better understand the impacts of expanding housing choices, please rate how you feel about allowing more housing types in your neighborhood.
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City of Durham Poll:
How satisfied are you the housing choices currently available to you?
Very satisfied
Somewhat satisfied
Somewhat dissatisfied
Very dissatisfied
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City of Durham Poll:
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City of Durham Poll:
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