SACRAMENTO, CA – The Public Policy Institute of California released its fourth poll on Proposition 15, which showed support for Prop 15 continuing to decline, dropping below the 50% vote threshold. The latest results represent a 2% decline in voter support and a significant 5% increase in voter opposition to the property tax increase from September’s PPIC poll.
“The PPIC’s latest poll, which shows a continued drop in support, validates what the No on Prop 15 campaign has said for months: the more voters learn that Prop 15 is the largest property tax hike in California history, will adversely impact farmers and small businesses, and is the first step by Prop 15 supporters to undo Prop 13’s protections for homeowners, the more voters are inclined to reject Prop 15,” said Michael Bustamante, spokesperson for the No on Prop 15 campaign.
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No on Prop 15 – Stop Higher Property Taxes and Save Prop 13, a bipartisan coalition of homeowners, taxpayers, and businesses, has been fighting to protect Prop 13 and oppose a split-roll property tax for more than a decade. For more information, please visit www.NOonProp15.org.