Special Coverage: Poll

Online poll: Should Sonoma declare itself a sanctuary city?

No quarter. That’s what the majority of respondents to our latest sonomanews.com poll were giving when we asked readers whether Sonoma should declare itself a “sanctuary city,” joining about 400 other municipalities in the United States who’ve vowed not to actively work with immigration officials in any efforts to deport non-violent undocumented residents.A

Poll: Sonoma’s approach to the Trump presidency?

Readers look ahead to the next four years

Poll: What Sonomans like about the Tuesday Night Market

A weekly party on the Plaza – or an opportunity to greet neighbors and stock up on fresh produce? The Tuesday Night Farmers Market is many things to many people.

Readers poll: Seasonal salutations

‘Tis the season to be jolly – and to merrily greet total strangers as you pass them on the street. In our latest sonomanews.c

Reader poll: What should we call ‘tourists’?

Our most recent online readers poll was inspired by the Sonoma Valley Visitors Bureau’s new “branding” campaign and the suggestion that the community begin thinking of out-of-towners less as “tourists” or “visitors” and instead refer to them in a more welcoming way, as “guests.”

Poll: Who gets your vote for President?

Sonoma brings its brand of thoughtfulness and civility to the debate

Poll: Is Sonoma facing a crisis in teen drinking?

Index-Tribune writer David Templeton’s recent story on teen alcohol abuse made note that local law enforcement is seeing a rise in dangerous binge drinking among Valley youth.

Poll: Has your water use increased this summer?

California water officials gave the OK this summer for local water districts to lift several state-mandated water restrictions, if and when reservoirs are no longer at drought levels.

Sonoma Index-Tribune Survey: Pulse of Sonoma

Take this week's poll on your take on the number of wine-tasting rooms in downtown Sonoma.

Poll results: Should the City of Sonoma establish a Parks and Recreation Department?

Many Sonoma County municipalities offer their own city-run sports programs, macrame classes, summer camps and senior daytrips to the casino – many that aren’t Sonoma, that is.

Living wage law hurts workers

Editor, Index-Tribune: Kudos to Mr. Piazza for investing his precious free time standing up to the elitist living wage mob (“Fireworks at living wage forum,” Oct.

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