We’ve got four brand new questions in our weekly Noncensus survey.

This week, we look at the simmering rail debate at the new port, a mixed response to Sen. Lindsey Graham last weekend at the state Republican Convention, graduates without jobs, and the looming Spoleto tourist influx.

Here’s two sample questions from this week’s survey, along with two of the four possible answers for each.

2. Lindsey Graham was greeted with a smattering of “boos” at last weekend’s Republican convention when he suggested the party find moderates who could win in swing states. The incident proves:

A. Mark Sanford’s kids are really loud.

B. Graham gave the wrong instructions when he paid the crowd.

3. Many college graduates are starting their first real week of unemployment (well, unemployment without a good reason). What’s the first thing they’ll do?

A. Find a co-conspirator with the gestation sack of a horse willing to quickly pop out at least 10 babies and pen a multi-million dollar reality show deal.

C. Begin their working-class phase by playing John Mellencamp’s greatest hits over and over again.

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