Poll: More Than Half of California Voters Say Gov. Newsom is Responding Poorly to Homelessness

An estimated 161,000 people are experiencing homelessness in California, more than in any other, and the crisis continues to grow. Advocates say they can’t house people quickly enough with a shortage of housing units and high rents.

An exclusive Inside California Politics / Emerson College poll asked respondents to rate Newsom’s response to homelessness in the state.

The poll of more than 1,000 registered voters, which has a margin of error of +/-2.9%, revealed more than half of respondents rated Newsom’s response to homelessness as poor. A total of 25% voted fair, 16% for good, and 7% of respondents said his response was excellent. …

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Comments

  1. …….all the MORE reason to recall his elitest a$$!

  2. Boris Badenov says

    I’m sure that more taxes, increasing energy costs and increasing the cost of transportation will be the answer. Right Gov. Nuisance? I’m seriously leaning toward Larry Elder, he’s got the name recognition, a CA native and isn’t a politician. Are the leftists going to call him names, of course and it only makes them look dumber, if that is possible, but they have a wonderful knack of hitting new lows.

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