A new survey conducted jointly by The Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley and TheField Poll finds the Governor Jerry Brown backed initiative, Proposition 30, continuing to lead butwith support marginally lower than in early July and the proportion undecided increasing. Currently51% of likely voters are intending to vote Yes, 36% are voting No and 13% are undecided.
Proposition 38, a competing income tax increase proposal sponsored by civil rights attorney MollyMunger trails, with 41% of likely voters lining up on the Yes side and 44% on the No side. Another 15% are undecided.
The poll finds that most voters – about two in three – are intending to vote the same way on bothmeasures. Thirty-five percent are supporting both Prop. 30 and Prop. 38 while 30% are opposingeach. Prop. 30’s higher relative standing in the poll is due to a small segment of voters (17%) whocurrently favors Prop. 30, but are opposed or undecided on Prop. 38. Just 7% currently favor Prop.38 but are opposed or undecided on Prop. 30.
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