More than 70 percent of likely voters agree that defeating the ballot measures would send a message to the governor and legislators "that voters are tired of more government spending and higher taxes," according to the poll.
"This is a pretty ominous poll for the governor's ballot measures," said Mark DiCamillo, director of the poll. "It's a message election. Even though voters know that a 'no' vote is not going to help things, they're still telling the politicians to deal with it."
It's too early to celebrate. Schwarzenegger's band of unions and Hollywood fatcats are spending millions on TV, radio, and print ads to fool the public. Spread the word: No on 1A. Or if it's easier to remember, No on all of them: NO, NO, NO, NO, NO, NO.
UPDATE: It gets better! 35-52.