More people are getting nervous about the direction of the economy, that's a big change. That speaks to some combination of political and economic uncertainty really surfacing and that has impacts on what choices people make when they go to the ballot. They tend to feel more negative about incumbents and officeholders, because they feel like,' Why aren't they doing something about this ?' They're going to be looking for some message of hope or a plan for what they're going to do if things get worse.
It's just incredible, it's visible, and it's a growing issue. ... It's a very tough issue. It's disturbing for people to see the suffering that's occurring it's something that doesn't fit with their image of what should be going on in their community. And they're frustrated that the government seems incapable of getting its hands around it. It's not just a San Francisco or an LA issue anymore. It's everywhere.