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Topic - Mark Baldassare
"Public support is solidly behind the significant changes that are being made to school funding and classroom curricula this year," institute President Mark Baldassare said. "However, many Californians have concerns about whether their local schools can effectively implement the new state policies."
In California, where Democrats have a 2.3 million-voter advantage over Republicans, Mr. Baldassare said it appears that "the core voters that have supported Democratic candidates seem to have coalesced around Mr. Brown," including Latinos, liberals and women.