I hear a lot of input on bike lanes when I’m out talking to members of the public. People who aren’t really confident bicyclists and those who say they would like to ride their bike to commute love them, while confident cyclists appreciate them because they encourage more people to ride, even if they don’t use them themselves; prefering to ride with traffic.
Some drivers are on the fence about bike lanes, saying it confuses them as to what to do when they come to an intersection and want to turn, but they have to turn across a bike lane. Many business owners are against bike lanes in general, saying installing bike lanes takes away parking in front of their business, which discourages people from shopping or taking advantages of other services there.
Here’s more on the study, and the results, from Atlantic Cities, illustrated with charts and graphs for ease of understanding.