Poll finds California voters trust themselves more than legislators

Two-thirds of those polled lack confidence in elected officials. Ballot initiatives split along partisan lines, but responses on pot legalization and global warming regulation offer some surprises. After an election year shaped by anxiety about the economy and frustration with gridlock in Sacramento, a new survey by the Public Policy Institute of California has found that most state voters have little confidence in the ability of their elected leaders to work together.

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Poll finds California voters trust themselves more than legislators

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