September 14, 2022 | Press Release

New PPIC Poll Shows Prop 27 Tanking with Voters

New PPIC Poll Shows Prop 27 Tanking with Voters

Despite a $160 million campaign, California voters are not buying what Yes on 27 is selling

For Immediate Release: September 14, 2022
Contact: Kathy Fairbanks, (916) 813-1010

Sacramento, CA – A new Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) survey of likely voters shows Prop 27 losing by a 20-point margin (34% YES, 54% NO) after voters are provided with the official ballot wording.

The NO on 27 coalition issued the following statement:

“This survey confirms what we’ve been seeing for months in our own polling. Despite raising more than $160 million for a deceptive advertising campaign, California voters are clearly not buying what the out-of-state online gambling corporations behind Prop 27 are selling. Voters strongly oppose Prop 27 and its massive expansion of online sports gambling, and they do not believe Prop 27 is a ‘solution’ to anything.”

The survey was fielded September 2-11, 2022 with a sample of 1,060 likely voters.