Tulsans hopeful, concerned in poll

Crime, the economy and the City Council top respondents’ lists of concerns.

Tulsans may be worried about crime, ticked off at the City Council and less than enthusiastic about their mayor, but they still seem to think their city is a pretty good place to live.

Nearly 80 percent of the 511 Tulsans surveyed March 25-27 for an Oklahoma Poll said Tulsa’s quality of life is good or excellent. Only 3.5 percent rated it poor.

But, said poll consultant Al Soltow, “that doesn’t preclude them from complaining about specific areas.”

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