2018 California Voter Survey on National Monuments and Public Lands

A statewide survey of California voters, commissioned by the non-profit Hispanic Access Foundation and conducted by David Binder Research, finds that more than three in four Californians (78 percent) oppose actions taken by President Donald Trump to remove protections from about 2 million acres of public lands that were previously declared national monuments. Only 18 percent support his decision.




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