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1. How large a problem is graffiti in your area?
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Response
Count
A big problem
34.3%790
A minor problem
48.8%1,123
No problem at all
16.9%389

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2. What council area do you live in?
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Percent
Response
Count
Adelaide City
4.3%32
Adelaide Hills
2.4%18
Burnside
1.1%8
Campbelltown
0.9%7
Charles Sturt
5.6%42
Gawler
2.0%15
Holdfast Bay
4.5%34
Marion
10.4%78
Mitcham
3.3%25
Norwood, Payneham & St Peters
1.3%10
Onkaparinga
18.7%140
Playford
8.0%60
Port Adelaide Enfield
9.1%68
Prospect
1.9%14
Salisbury
13.6%102
Tea Tree Gully
4.8%36
Unley
1.7%13
Walkerville
0.3%2
West Torrens
2.0%15
Other council (fill in details below)
4.1%31
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3. Is your council doing enough to prevent graffiti?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
24.0%490
No
34.3%700
Unsure
41.6%849
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4. Does your council clean up graffiti quickly enough?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
48.3%985
No
51.7%1,054
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5. Would you be prepared to pay a levy to help councils fight graffiti and clean up more quickly?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
19.4%394
No
80.6%1,640

6. Should councils provide blank walls for graffiti-type murals?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
47.7%972
No
44.5%907
Unsure
7.8%160
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7. If councils provide blank walls for murals, should it screen the artists involved, or allow free access?
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Percent
Response
Count
Screen them to ensure quality
43.5%488
Allow free access
56.5%634

8. For sanctioned murals, should the council provide the paint?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
37.7%422
No
62.3%698

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9. Are murals art or vandalism?
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Percent
Response
Count
Art
58.0%1,137
Vandalism
42.0%823

10. Is a well-executed, artistic graffiti mural better than a blank wall?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
33.6%659
Only in an carefully selected spots
44.3%869
No
22.0%432

11. Is 'tagging' ever acceptable?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes, in the right settings
7.4%146
No, it's just ugly vandalism
92.6%1,814

12. Should courses be available to develop graffiti artists' skills?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
44.9%880
No
55.1%1,080
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13. Are penalties for graffiti vandalism tough enough?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
16.6%326
No
83.4%1,634

14. What punishment(s) are appropriate for graffiti vandals? You can choose more than one.
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Percent
Response
Count
Jail, from first offence
15.3%299
Jail, for repeat offenders
47.3%927
Community service - removing graffiti
80.8%1,584
Fines
54.4%1,067
Good behavior bonds
21.0%411
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15. When underage graffiti vandals are caught, what penalties should be applied to their parents? You can choose more than one.
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Percent
Response
Count
Fine them
33.4%654
Make them clean the graffiti
55.2%1,081
Make them pay for the clean-up
62.7%1,229
No penalties - it's not their fault
17.7%346
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16. Should convicted graffiti vandals be placed under curfews?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
79.1%1,551
No
20.9%409

17. Which should attract the harshest penalties - attacks on public property, commercial property or private property?
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Percent
Response
Count
Private property (ie houses, fences)
17.3%339
Commercial property (businesses)
0.4%7
Public property, including public transport
1.8%36
Treat them all the same
80.5%1,578

18. Would you confront a graffiti vandal if you caught them?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
63.2%1,239
No
36.8%721

19. Would you know who to call if you saw graffiti vandalism occurring?
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Percent
Response
Count
Yes
65.8%1,290
No
34.2%670

20. Are the controls on the sale of spray paint to minors appropriate?
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Percent
Response
Count
They're too lenient
53.7%1,052
They're just right
42.3%829
They're too tough
4.0%79
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21. Which phrases best describe your feelings about graffiti taggers? You can choose more than one.
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Percent
Response
Count
They are criminals and should be treated as such
59.3%1,163
They are immature, selfish idiots
60.2%1,179
They are just going through a phase
8.5%167
They are bored and need something else to do
22.5%441
They are budding artists who should develop their skills
13.1%257
None of the above, leave a comment below.
3.7%72
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