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Griping about gridlock

Adrian let me know about this recent Harris poll:

Just over one-third (37%) say that traffic congestion is a serious problem in their community…

Not surprisingly, opinions varied by region:

Just one-quarter (26%) of those who live in the Midwest and 32 percent of those in the South say traffic congestion is a serious problem. In the East, over one-third (37%) say traffic congestion is a serious problem. Compare this to the West where over half (56%) believe traffic congestion is a serious problem.

More here. Related: More griping about gridlock

Ted Balaker is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist, and founding partner of Korchula Productions, a film and new media production company devoted to making important ideas entertaining.