A new poll suggests that nearly half of Mississauga voters disapprove of Mississauga city council’s decision to ban Uber.
According to a recent survey conducted by Forum Research, 49 per cent of the 722 Mississauga residents polled did not agree with council’s decision to order Uber to stop doing business in the GTA community. About 42 per cent of respondents told Forum that they supported the move by council while one tenth said they did not have an opinion on the subject. The survey also suggests that among those who have used Uber, satisfaction with the ride-sharing service is significantly higher than with traditional cabs.
According to the poll, 28 per cent of respondents said they had used Uber in the past and 95 per cent of them said they were satisfied with the service. Only 49 per cent said they were satisfied with their taxi service. The poll, which was conducted on May 19, randomly surveyed 722 people via telephone and is considered to be accurate plus or minus four per cent, 19 times out of 20. – CINEWS