President Trump is more popular with the Californians than the predominantly democratic legislature of the state, according to a new poll.
In a state that was at the head of the anti-Trump movement and in which Trump had only one chance According to a recent survey by the Public Policy Institute of California, voters think in 2016 with slightly more than 30 percent of the vote better the president as about their own legislator.
That's not to say that the president should state his popularity in the Golden State – only 38 percent of Californians support Trump, compared to 60 percent who reject the survey. But for the state legislature, only 34 percent agree with the work they do in Sacramento, compared to 53 percent who reject it.
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Democratic strategists argue that a major reason for the California legislature's unpopularity is that in the face of a worsening real estate crisis, voters barely see measures taken by their elected officials and more money comes out of their wallets for things like gasoline and healthcare.
"It's a reflection of voters who do not see a solution to the issues that are most important to them ̵
He added, "All they hear from Sacramento are proposals for more taxes and more spending for all but the middle class. And they rightly wonder where the high taxes they are already paying go. "
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Voters are also upset over a slew of proposed new taxes on everything from water to car batteries, though the state has a surplus $ 21 billion. However, the biggest loser in the poll is the congress, which received a lamentable approval of 22 percent and a disapproval of 73 percent – though Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi hails from California.