In the race for favorite type of movie, adults have comedy in the lead followed closely by drama. Westerns and musicals are getting very low numbers, and sports movies are getting no love at all.
General fiction is (oddly enough) winning the favorite genre race, but crime and mysteries are a close second with only 6 votes separating the two leaders.
E-books are massively more popular with adult readers than teens, but hardcover and paperback books are still the most popular of all.
While religious music was most popular with teen voters, several other types of music beat it out in the adult race. Country and western music is most popular, followed by rock, rap, and classical.
The race for favorite library is much closer among adults, with Fairmount in the lead with 80 votes, Eastern coming in second with 68, and Main following in third place with 44.
The write-in responses have been very interesting, with the fireplace at Fairmount serving as a tipping point in some people’s votes for favorite library. And, while Main may have the fewest votes for favorite library, the fans of the downtown location are fierce in their loyalty. Some like it because it is the oldest and largest library in Davenport, while other people continue to use it because it was the library they used as children.
If you would like to sound off on your favorites, you can pick up a ballot at any of the three Davenport Library locations, and we will accept votes through March 3.