The President of the Public Policy Institute of California, Mark Baldassare, writes in a recent piece about new polling data, that “A record-high 60 percent say that they pay more than they feel they should in state and local taxes. Just two years ago, 46 percent held this view. Today, six in 10 Californians also have the perception that California currently ranks above average or near the top in state and local tax burden per capita. And they are correct: A Tax Policy Center report recently ranked California’s 2011 state and local tax burden as the 11th highest in the nation.”

Click here to see what has changed in the past two years and why California’s are showing increasing frustration with the State’s taxation levels.

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