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Portland: What Needs to Happen

End the Humanitarian Crisis on Our Streets

Transition homeless Portlanders from inhumane, dangerous camps to safe, sanitary temporary housing solutions with access to mental health and addiction services

Strengthen Accountability & Justice

Require body cameras on all police to ensure transparency and accountability for those who enforce the law and those who break the law

Reform & Reinvest in Public Safety

Expand the Portland Street Response to engage those with mental health and addiction challenges; add more police for neighborhood patrols and to reduce rising violent crime

Restore Cleanliness & Pride

Initiate immediate government action for sustained citywide clean-up of garbage, dangerous waste, and graffiti

Politicians: Listen to the People


Portland-area voters agree, the homeless and housing status quo is failing everyone.

HOMELESS SPENDING NOT WORKING


75% of Portland-area voters believe past city-county spending to end homelessness is ineffective

PRIORITIZE SAFE SHELTERS + SERVICES

74% of Portland-area voters supporting requiring at least half of Metro homeless services measure to help people off the streets and into shelters with services more quickly

INDEPENDENT OVERSIGHT NEEDED

71% of Portland-area voters support an independent oversight board to ensure money for homeless services are spent effectively


CLEAN-UP GARBAGE AND TRASH

73% of Portland-area voters believe governments should immediately clean-up trash accumulating across the region

DON’T BLOCK COMMON SENSE SOLUTIONS

68% and 63% of Portland-area voters want local governments to use the former federal post office and Expo Center to provide shelters and services

People for Portland hired GS Strategy Group to conduct a poll among 800 likely Metro Regional District voters on December 13-16, 2021. The survey has a 4% margin of error.

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