Public support for Proposition 30, which would funnel $494,734 into Mammothâs schools and $2.4 million into Eastside schools, appears to be running out of gas.
In new findings released Wednesday by the Public Policy Institute of California, with support from The James Irvine Foundation, likely voters in California are sharply divided over Prop. 30, Gov. Jerry Brownâs tax measure to fund education, with just under half now supporting it.
When the ballot for Prop. 30 was first introduced, 48 percent said they would vote yes, 44 percent would vote no, and 8 percent were undecided.