Yes, it turns out that there's no urban/rural divide, according to "surveys" conducted by the former 1000 Fiends of Oregon member; the duckies and the bunnies actually do hold hands as they dance around the Maypole to the tune of "Everything Is Beautiful".
Despite his previous advocacy work, Bowerman said he stands behind the validity of the current survey findings, which follow American Association for Public Opinion Research standards of practice.
Well of course he does! What else is he going to do? We all have to Save The Planet™, and so it should come as no surprise when an activist runs a "survey" and finds that:
Oregonians across the state, by a ratio of 1.7 to 1, said they’re willing to shift some funding from road and highway construction toward public transportation, such as better bus service and high-speed rail.
Yeah, folks in Umatilla are good with diverting funds from roads to pay for light rail in Porkland - and of course, better bus service in Eugene's going to really help out the folks in Joseph.