Do you follow “the rules of the road” when you are in a suburban parking lot?
Always. Blinkers, arrows, yield to pedestrians, and keep right always apply:Usually. I’ll follow the rules, unless a great spot opens up in a crowded row: Seldom. Unless mall security is behind me, I’ll do whatever I want: Never. It’s private property:
Have you ever “lost” your car for more than 30 minutes in a public parking lot or garage?
Yes:Yes, it happens all the time: No:
Did you “hang out” in a parking lot when you were young?
By preference, would you rather park in an off-street lot, in a garage, or on the street?
In a lot:In a garage: On the street:
Where do you park your car at night at home?
In a garage:In a private driveway: In a private lot: On the public street near my house: Somewhere else: Does not apply:
Have you ever parked in two parking spots to make sure someone doesn’t “ding” your car with their door?
Is your car equipped with or does your garage contain a "parking system"?
Yes, my car beeps:Yes, I stop when I hit the piece of wood/tennis ball, garage stoplight: No:
How many tries does it usually take you to get into a parallel parking spot?
One:Two: Three: Four or more: Not even worth trying for me:
Has your car been broken in to in a public place in the last two years?
Has your car been broken in to near your home in last five years?
Has anything worth more than $500 ever been stolen from your car?
New parking lot rules in the City of St. Louis will require owners of licensed off-street parking lots to have an attendant and secure the space. Do you generally approve of these new rules or oppose them?
Is there enough parking available in your neighborhood?
Yes, enough:Yes, too much: No:
Who uses most of the public parking spots in your neighborhood, visitors or residents?
Which of the following parking lots would win your award for “wackiest marked space” in the City?
City Museum, where you share space with MonstroCity and a kazillion SUVs:Tiny off-street lot at Vito’s, where a grasp of geometry is a must: Ted Drewes on Chippewa, where parking is actually easier than getting in to the lot: Parking at Rams games, where your car shares space with a salcissa: St. Louis Zoo, where some parkers act like the animals they have come to view: City Hall, where musical gates generally prevail:
Do you think that state laws allowing people to carry guns combined with regulations banning guns in some public places have contributed to the rash of car break-ins as thieves ransack cars looking for weapons?
Yes, certainly:Yes, probably: Yes, possibly: No:
Have you ever used one of Metro’s park and ride lots to park and ride?
Yes:No: No, not to park and ride, but I have parked in one:
Would you leave your bicycle in an airport parking lot?
Yes, if there were someplace to lock it:No:
Note: Due to rounding, results for some questions may not total 100%.