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Poll: Majority of Californians against bullet train project




File: A picture taken on August 11, 2011 show two CRH380BL bullet trains (bottom) sitting at Beijing south railway station.
File: A picture taken on August 11, 2011 show two CRH380BL bullet trains (bottom) sitting at Beijing south railway station.
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A new USC Dornsife/LA Times poll found that a majority of Californians believe the bullet train project is a waste of money and that it should be scrapped altogether. The $68 billion project is a year behind schedule and facing several lawsuits.

For more on the high speed rail and why the project is so near and dear to the governor's heart, we're joined now by John Myers, of the ABC affiliate in Sacramento.