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Reader Polls Feedback for:  July 5, 2013 through July 14, 2013
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Question:

Gasoline prices appear to be on a downward trend, with the national average price of $3.48 per gallon. Hopefully this trend will continue for the summer vacationers. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question . . . Does lower gas prices mean you will be visiting Las Vegas more often?  What is your opinion? We want to hear from you!  (See other readers’ opinions below.)


PLEASE NOTE: The following text entries are the exact words of our readers
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Reader Poll Replies:

My opinion is we will visit vegas more from san diego now that gas costs less.  Not sure how many more time we will visit, but atleast a few more this year.  Jill Norris   Cal

It would be great if gas prices did start lower from this point and really saved me a fortune every month.  I would most definitely visit vegas more if it didnt cost me so much in gas prices.  Dwain Jones 

We visit LV 6 to 8 times a year. Since airline tickets have increased, it is cost effective for our group to drive from Seattle. Ken Arasim  Kenmore, WA

Well since I live in Las Vegas lower gas prices actually mean I will discover more of the natural beauty of the surrounding area such as the Grand Canyon, Brice Canyon, the ARches park in Utah and more. Of course I love Las Vegas and I am proud to call it my home.  Janice Dalmazzi  Las Vegas, NV

Yes, lower gas pricees means i will be able to spend more when i travel to Vegas.  I live in San Diego area and my gas eating car really likes the lower prices.    Daniel West

Gas prices do not affect my trips to las vegas. I will go to las vegas come hell or high water, which by the way, hellish temperatures seems to be the norm in the west this year, but that is what the pools are for. so, hope to see you real soon.  vicki schubring 
Williston, FL

Higher gas prices does change how many times a year i visit.  Being from LA, saving a few dollars is always helpful.  Ed Smith, CA

in a way,lower gas prices mean that I may save more at home and as such have more gambling and fun money to make an additional trip to las vegas.  Paul Schubring   Williston, FL

yes, maybe, flying out in Sept, but airfare is still outrageously high. that will be the determining factor. Vegas is the most fascinating city that I have ever been. Charles  Cardwell

 

 

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