Majority of Californians say state is "seriously off track"

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — The results of a poll taken in the days after the midterm election are in, and it looks like  Californians want Governor-elect Jerry Brown to focus on protecting education and health care.

KNX 1070’s Chris Sedens Reports

Respondents in a recent USC/Los Angeles Times poll were asked how well they thought the new Governor will deal with the most important issues facing the state.

78 percent of midterm voters believe “things have gotten seriously off track” in California.

The study, conducted from November 3rd to 14th, involved people who voted in the Nov. 2 gubernatorial election.

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Comments (3)
  1. La Keija Alexander-Low says:

    Brown has always focued on education. I know he will continue in enforcing much needed support and good political practices to deal with not only the budget crises, but also the ethics crises!

    1. Saber 1 says:

      La Keija,

      He done such a great job the first time he was a Governor, that the state took it away from him. They were broke and idiots running the streets. He is partcially responsible for the lack of education and crime. If they had a thing or two, Oakland would have people with eductions in i

  2. moderate democrat says:

    prepare for new taxes. democrats solution is raise taxes. put the burden to working people who works hard for living

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