...to learn that voters when polled don't like tuition increases at UC. But that shocker is the result of a recent USC Dornsife poll as reported by the LA Times.
Now there is something a big unseemly about a USC poll on UC tuition. How much does USC charge? But we can put that issue aside, can't we?
...Among those surveyed, 57% favored the governor's approach, compared to
32% who favored increasing state funds or raising student tuition.
Support for Brown's view was consistent across all political, racial and
...In the poll, 53% of voters said they would be willing to have fewer
slots for in-state students at the universities if that would help avoid
a tuition hike for Californians, compared to 31% who favored a possible
tuition increase to help maximize places for in-state students...
Seems like there is some contradiction between the 57% who favor Brown's proposal and the 53% who favor a proposal that isn't Brown's. But you can find the article about the poll at http://www.latimes.com/local/politics/la-me-pol-poll-tuition-20150228-story.html
Polls definitely have the power to produce shocking and explosive findings!