A new post-election survey by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that California residents are more positive about the direction of the state than they've been in years. However, the results of the annual survey found some stark differences in whose feeling sunny about the future.
From the PPIC site:
Some findings of the current survey:
Californians show signs of optimism about the state’s future.
Strong majorities support spending reforms; smaller majorities support lowering the vote thresholds to pass state and local taxes.
Californians favor a "split roll” property tax but express record-high opposition to taxing services or increasing the vehicle license fee.
John Myers, Political Editor of the ABC affiliate in Sacramento, joins the show to talk about the results of the survey.