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Cost, crime, opioids and homelessness drive California voters’ souring mood.

NCC, in partnership with FM3, has conducted a statewide poll of 1,084 likely California voters finds that six in 10 Californians believe both their state and region are “off on the wrong track,” a 12-point uptick since 2021.
With few exceptions, their priorities remain unchanged, with voters resoundingly citing the high cost of living, water supply reliability, reducing crime and homelessness, and creating good jobs as their top concerns.

The poll is the third of its kind conducted by Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates on behalf of the New California Coalition, a nonpartisan civic movement that advocates for common-sense solutions to the state’s most pressing livability challenges. The survey of 1,084 likely California voters has an estimated margin of error of 3.1%.

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