Job approval ratings for Gov. Brown

PPIC Statewide Survey

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Job Approval Ratings for Governor Brown
PPIC Statewide Survey, December 2012

Approve All Adults Registered Voters Likely Voters Democrats Party Republicans Independents Liberals Political Ideology Moderates Conservatives Gender Men Women Asians Race/Ethnicity Latinos Whites Under $40,000 Household Income $40,000 to under $80,000 $80,000 or more 18–34 Age 35–54 55 and older High school or less Education Some college College graduate Central Valley Region San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles Other Southern California Children Age 18 or Younger Yes No Own Rent Right direction Wrong direction Good times Bad times 48% 48 49 70 20 44 65 53 30 48 47 63 50 41 50 46 47 46 49 48 42 47 57 48 58 46 43 50 46 49 47 70 28 66 31

Disapprove 35% 39 40 18 68 36 21 28 54 38 33 16 29 46 30 38 39 29 36 42 36 38 33 39 25 34 41 35 36 38 33 13 57 17 54

Don’t Know 17% 13 11 12 12 20 14 20 16 14 20 22 21 13 20 15 13 25 15 10 23 16 10 13 17 20 16 15 18 13 19 17 15 17 15

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PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and the Future, December 2012. Includes 2,001 adults, 1,334 registered voters, and 1,025 likely voters. Interviews took place November 13–20, 2012. Numbers in above table are for all adults. Margin of error ±3.5%. Numbers may not add to 100 due to rounding. Supported with funding from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation, The San Francisco Foundation, The David and Susan Coulter Family Foundation, and the Walter S. Johnson Foundation.

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