Poll: Support Drops Slightly for Brown’s Tax Hike Plan
Fifty-five percent of registered voters said they support Gov. Jerry Brown's compromise tax hike plan, down from 59% in May, according to a new University of California Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/Los Angeles Times poll.Â The poll found thatÂ 36% of voters said they oppose the measure, listed as Proposition 30 on the November ballot. Meanwhile, 34% of registered voters said they support a rival tax hike plan from attorney Molly Munger, listed as Proposition 38 on the ballot. Munger said that she believes her campaign for Prop. 38 ultimately will sway voters, despite being behind in the polls.
- "Support Slips for Brown's Tax Hike" (Megerian/Halper, Los Angeles Times, 9/28).
- âMunger Not Moved by Polls Showing Her Tax Measure Falteringâ (Van Oot, âCapitol Alert,â Sacramento Bee, 9/30).