Californians have spent 16 days reckoning with a Sacramento-mandated hike in gas prices.
The question lingering on the mind of every politico in the Capitol: are Californians ready to lay down and accept the 12-cent tax hike.
In his most recent column for CALMatters, Dan Walters breaks down the latest USC Dornsife poll (the poll that predicted a Trump victory in 2016) that looks at Californians’ attitude toward the recent hike in gas taxes.
The results: not pretty.
54.2 percent of California voters are already fed up with the gas tax.
That’s good news for the proponents of two different gas tax repeal proposals aiming to make the 2018 ballot and keep the CAGOP’s hopes alive for another cycle.