Poll: Strong support for Brown’s tax plan

University of California advocates have at least one reason to be optimistic heading into the 2012 election season: a strong majority of Californians support Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax proposal that would prevent cuts to UC in 2013, according to a recent statewide survey. The survey — released Tuesday by the
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Most likely voters support Brown’s tax plan

A large majority of California voters support Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed tax increases, according to a recent statewide survey. The survey, released Tuesday by the Public Policy Institute of California, found that 68 percent of likely voters support Brown’s tax plan, which, if approved by voters in November, would temporarily
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Survey shows unwillingness to pay higher taxes for higher education

Though the majority of California residents show significant concern for the state’s higher education system and feel it is heading in the wrong direction, most are not willing to pay more taxes in order to increase its funding, according to a survey published Wednesday. The annual survey, conducted by the
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Survey says Californians have negative outlook on state economy, jobs

The Public Policy Institute of California recently released the results of its 48th Californians and Their Government survey assessing public opinion on the economy, elected officials, policy and other social, economic and political factors. Of the results, Californians — regardless of party, regional differences or other influencing characteristics — overwhelmingly
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