National Speed Trap Exchange 2012 Poll Results
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Pollling Results from The National Speed Trap Exchange Poll Results
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Presented By the National Motorists Association
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RankState/Province*Affirmations/100,000 Residents
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1)Ontario92.9
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2)Nova Scotia57.7
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3)District of Columbia53.4
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4)South Carolina50.4
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5)Michigan49.6
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6)Iowa42.2
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7)Tennessee41.6
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8)West Virginia40.4
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9)Washington40.1
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10)Delware38.8
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11)Virginia35.6
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12)Florida34.1
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13)Louisiana31.3
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14)Hawaii31.0
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15)Arkansas26.2
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16)Georgia23.7
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17)Texas22.6
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18)Ohio20.5
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19)Colorado19.6
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20)Oklahoma18.1
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21)Oregon17.8
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22)Illinois17.6
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23)Arizona16.4
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24)Satatchewan15.8
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25)Maryland14.4
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26)Alabama14.0
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27-tie)New Jersey13.6
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27-tie)Wisconsin13.6
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29)Pennsylvania13.3
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30-tie)North Carolina13.0
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30-tie)Indiana13.0
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32)New York12.7
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33)Nebraska12.6
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34)Vermont12.5
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35)Montana11.2
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36)California10.7
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37)Massachusetts10.0
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38)Nevada9.7
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39)Alaska9.4
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40)Kansas7.8
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41)Missouri7.7
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42)British Columbia7.6
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43)Utah5.9
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44)Mississippi5.3
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45-tie)Kentucky5.1
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45-tie)Maine5.1
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47)Alberta5.0
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48)Manitoba4.2
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49)New Brunswick4.1
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50)Rhode Island3.4
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51)Minnesota3.2
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52)Quebec3.0
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53)New Hampshire2.7
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RankCity > 50,000 Population*Affirmations/1,000 Residents
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1)Flower Mound, Texas8.7
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2)Livonia, Michigan8.4
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3)Windsor, Ontario 3.6
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4)Hamilton, Ontario1.3
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5)Mississauga, Ontario1.1
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RankCity < 50,000 Population*Affirmations/1,000 Residents
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1)Estelline, Texas12422
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2)Winthrop, Washington2243
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3)Waldo, Florida551
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4)Bellevue, Iowa301
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5)Summersville, West Virginia158
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*Note: In order to be factored into a community ranking, a specific speed trap location had to meet the following minimum requirements:
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1) A minimum of 30 total affirmative votes
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2) A Yes to No vote ratio of 15 to 1
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