A majority of Southern California residents say a measure aimed at creating housing for the homeless is failing, according to an exclusive Eyewitness News poll.
Proposition HHH was passed by Los Angeles voters three years ago, setting aside $1.2 billion for the creation of homeless housing.
The poll, conducted by Survey USA, found a quarter of participants think the plan is succeeding, although just 6 percent think it's a complete success.
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Forty-five percent said it's failing, with 18 percent saying it's a complete failure.
As Eyewitness News continues our ongoing series on homelessness, tune in to ABC7 Tuesday at 5 p.m. for a tour of Mayor Eric Garcetti's first transitional housing shelter program.
Proposition HHH failing to create affordable units for homeless in SoCal, polls says
HOMELESS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
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