According to the latest The Hawaii Poll:
- 64% of registered voters say Honolulu’s Chinatown still feels “safe.”
- Of those that visit Chinatown at least once a year, 64% said they feel safe. Another 32% said they do not feel safe, with 4% saying they are “unsure.”
- 47% said that they “rarely” or “never” visit Chinatown.
- There was a large gap between people 50 years and older (54%) versus those under age 50 (39%) who never or rarely visit Chinatown.
- There was a similar gap between Republicans (52%) who never or rarely venture into Chinatown compared with Democrats (31%).
The Hawaii Poll, conducted July 20-22 by telephone by Mason-Dixon Polling &Strategy of Washington, D.C., included 625 registered Oahu voters. The margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.