missoulian.com: "Interestingly, 48 percent of adults supported paying more taxes or fees if the money was spent only on transportation system improvements, while 29 percent were opposed. About 19.8 percent were undecided.
Of registered voters within city limits, 52.3 percent supported paying more taxes or fees, but that support fell to 41.9 percent in county areas.
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The most popular hypothetical mechanism to pay for those improvements was a 2-cent increase per gallon of fuel, which was supported by 59.1 percent of Missoula-area residents. Maintaining and repairing existing streets and roads was the most frequently cited preferred use for the money (37.1 percent), followed by widening existing streets and roads (19.2 percent).
A small majority of Missoula-area residents, 52 percent, ranked reducing traffic congestion as the possible action that would improve the transportation system the most."