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Can Chargers, City come to agreement on stadium?

Posted: 2:21 PM, Jan 31, 2016
Updated: 2016-01-31 22:21:12Z

The stadium drama is far from over in San Diego, even though Dean Spanos has announced the Chargers will stay for the 2016 season.

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The question still remains whether or not the Chargers will stay or go to Los Angeles for the long term.

In a 10News/U-T San Diego poll conducted by SurveyUSA, we asked 500 adults in our area to weigh in on the topic. Here are some of the questions we asked (results have a margin of sampling error ranging from 3.9% to 4.5%):

Do you think the San Diego Chargers and the city of San Diego will agree on a stadium proposal?

  • 41% - Yes
  • 47% - No
  • 11% - Not Sure

If the team and city do agree on a stadium proposal, do you think voters will approve the proposal?

  • 47% - Yes
  • 47% - No
  • 6% - Not Sure

If a new stadium is built, where should it go? Downtown? At the Qualcomm Stadium site in Mission Valley? Or somewhere else?

  • 30% - Downtown
  • 52% - Stadium Site
  • 13% - Somewhere Else

Do you think the Chargers' attendance for the 2016 season will be better or worse than last season? Or will attendance be about the same?

  • 18% - Better
  • 43% - Worse
  • 38% - About The Same
  • 1% - Not Sure

In his letter to the community, Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos said, quote, "This has been our home for 55 years, and I want to keep the team here and provide the world-class stadium experience you deserve." How sincere do you think he is? Very sincere? Somewhat sincere? Not very sincere? Or not at all sincere?

  • 15% - Very
  • 28% - Somewhat
  • 20% - Not Very
  • 34% - Not At All Sincere
  • 2% - Not Sure

How important is it to you, personally, that the San Diego Chargers stay in San Diego? Very important? Somewhat important? Not very important? Or not at all important?

  • 35% - Very
  • 21% - Somewhat
  • 16% - Not Very
  • 26% - Not At All
  • 1% - Not Sure

In the long run, where do you think the Chargers will end up? San Diego? Los Angeles? Or somewhere else?

  • 41% - San Diego
  • 40% - Los Angeles
  • 14% - Somewhere Else
  • 5% - Not Sure

Mayor Kevin Faulconer's proposal for a new Chargers stadium includes $350 million in taxpayer funds - without raising new taxes. Would you support or oppose spending that amount of public money to build a stadium?

  • 36% - Support
  • 60% - Oppose
  • 4% - Not Sure

If the Chargers leave San Diego, would you support an attempt to bring the Oakland Raiders here? Would you support an attempt to bring another NFL team here? Or would you not support an attempt to bring another NFL team here?

  • 20% - Raiders
  • 38% - Another Team
  • 38% - No Team
  • 4% - Not Sure

If the Chargers leave San Diego, would you support or oppose using public financing to build a new stadium to bring another NFL team here?

  • 26% - Support
  • 65% - Oppose
  • 9% - Not Sure

Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Chargers have handled the situation?

  • 13% - Approve
  • 69% - Disapprove
  • 19% - Not Sure

Do you approve or disapprove of the way Mayor Kevin Faulconer has handled the situation?

  • 41% - Approve
  • 36% - Disapprove
  • 23% - Not Sure

If the Chargers leave San Diego, who would you mostly blame? Mayor Kevin Faulconer or team owner Dean Spanos?

  • 9% - Faulconer
  • 74% - Spanos
  • 17% - Not Sure

Are you a fan of the San Diego Chargers?

  • 72% - Yes
  • 26% - No