City primary

It's your call

September 10, 1991

Of 132 callers to SUNDIAL, 89 (or 67 percent) said they plan to vote in Baltimore's primary election Thursday, and 43 callers (32 percent) said they didn't.

More than 85 percent of those callers, or 113, said they are registered voters, and only 19 callers (14 percent) said they aren't registered.

Of 134 callers, 90 (or 67 percent) said they have been following the campaigns for mayor, comptroller, City Council and council president. Forty-four callers (32 percent) said they weren't.

Seventy-seven of 133 callers (nearly 58 percent) said the outcome of the election is important, and 56 callers (42 percent) said it isn't.

"It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as a scientific public opinion poll would be.

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