And the group's leader, Chris Dempsey, added: "Olympics do force you to build a bunch of stuff. But it's stuff that you really don't need."
Still, in a January poll 51 percent of Bostonians said they supported the bid, and only 33 percent opposed it.
Asma spoke to Steve Koczela of MassInc, the company that conducted the poll. He said maybe the parade of winter storms and the transit meltdown have led people to rethink their position on the Olympics.
"People seem to be feeling as though there are other things that they'd like to spend money on at the moment," Koczela said.
Here are two more interesting data points from the poll:
— 47 percent said it would make them less likely to support the bid if public funds were used to build stadiums and venues for the Olympics.
— 40 percent said they would be more likely to support the bid if public funds were used to improve the transit system.