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Support for june tax initiatives drops

Original post made by Resident on Mar 24, 2011

It looks like the support for Brown's tax initiatives has dropped:

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""Today," the PPICers say, "less than half (46 percent of all adults and likely voters) favor the governor's proposal, a decline of 7 points among all adults and 8 points among likely voters.""

"Also: The PPICs found an increasing amount of support for pension reform. Most likely voters (57 percent) favor cutting pension plans for public sector workers. And 74 percent of likelies want public employees to get a 401k-type benefit instead of a defined contribution sysem."

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