"In other words, the conventional wisdom that Missourians oppose red light cameras is wrong," says Newhouse. "This means the popularity of red light cameras may be the best-kept secret in Missouri. This 'disconnect' between voter perceptions of others' opinion and their own supportive views is both surprising and unusual in my experience."The ATS press release does not say how Newhouse framed his poll questions or how much the company paid him for his services.
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