Tag: CalChamber Poll

CalChamber Poll Shows Voters Want Sensible Policies, No New Taxes

Last week the California Chamber of Commerce reported that Californians are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, and expect their elected leaders to do the...

CalChamber Poll: Voters Serious about Addressing Pandemic Consequences

Californians are taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously, and expect their elected leaders to do the same. The sixth annual California Chamber of Commerce poll, The...

Concerned About Affordability, Voters Oppose New Taxes

Voters are anxious about the cost of living in California. One of the not-so-surprising consequences of this anxiety: they are reluctant to embrace new...

New CalChamber Survey: Homelessness, Public Safety Top Concerns for California Voters

California voters are anxious. Reports of steady growth and low unemployment cheer political leaders, but voters are disturbed by decaying public order and an unaffordable...

CalChamber Poll: Job Optimism, Housing Anxiety, Support for Bipartisanship

California voters are feeling better about the economy, but are still anxious about the cost of living, according to the recently released 2018 CalChamber...

CalChamber Poll Finds Voters Open to a Middle Lane

Last week in this space we summarized the findings of the Third Annual CalChamber Poll, which found California voters generally anxious about the future....

CalChamber Poll Finds Voters’ Concerns at Odds with Political Leaders

Californians are anxious. The economy is growing, the state budget is balanced and the rains have resumed. Yet California voters are apprehensive about the future....