New California Road Repair Law Is Unpopular

Most people agree that California’s crumbling highways need to be repaired, but they still don’t like a recently-enacted package of fuel tax and vehicle fee increases to fund it. A new UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll found that 58% of California voters are against it, while only 35% are for it.

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The opposition includes large majorities of Republicans and independent voters, and voters across California outside of the San Francisco Bay area.


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