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February 29, 2012
Central Valley Business Times

A majority of California voters (52 percent) back an equal mix of spending cuts and tax increases in order to balance the state’s budget shortfall, which stands at more than $9 billion, according to a recent survey paid for by the nonpartisan organization Next 10 and conducted by the Field Research Corporation.

February 28, 2012
by The Opinion Shop
San Francisco Chronicle Blog

A recent poll commissioned by Next 10 and conducted by the Field Research Corporation found 52 percent
of Californians would use a mix of spending cuts and tax increases to close the state’s $9 billion budget
gap.

February 28, 2012
by Chris Megerian
LA Times' PolitiCal Blog

Next 10, a nonpartisan policy organization based in San Francisco, has released an online simulator where residents can try their hand at balancing the state budget. Users decide how much to spend on education, prisons and healthcare, then they choose whether to raise or lower taxes.

February 28, 2012
by F. Noel Perry
Capitol Weekly

With our state currently facing a more than $9 billion budget shortfall, most Californians say a solution that mixes spending cuts and tax hikes strikes the right balance. According to a new poll commissioned by Next 10 and conducted by Field Research Corporation, 52 percent favor this kind of even-handed approach -- making up half the difference by shrinking spending, and the other half by boosting taxes.

February 16, 2012
by Eve Pearlman
Alameda Patch

The Alameda Budget Challenge, launched in partnership with Next 10, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, is live online now. Use it to cut or increase spending to key departments including police, fire, recreation and parks, public works and library. Raise taxes: sales, utility or hotel.

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