Saturday, November 26, 2022

Pollsters Present Key Insights on California Voter Sentiments

Adam Rosenblatt (left) and Robert Green of the PSB public opinion research firm summarize for the CalChamber Board of Directors on March 2 the results of various surveys on California voter and national attitudes toward a wide range of issues, including the economy, crime, jobs, home ownership, the gubernatorial candidates and the President. As of February, surveys show California likely voters are tightly split on whether the state is headed in the right direction (48%) or on the wrong track (44%). Most Americans say the United States is on the wrong track (56%) versus headed in the right direction (37%).
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