SAN FRANCISCO — Voters have not warmed to most of California’s May 19 special election ballot measures, according to a poll released this week, a distaste that threatens to blow an even larger hole in the state government’s already stressed budget.

Six measures were placed on the special election ballot in connection with the Legislature’s February passage of a mid-year budget package to close what was then seen as a $42 billion deficit in the combined fiscal 2009 and 2010 budgets.

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