SAN FRANCISCO — While many Californians do not feel their state government is working well, they are also skeptical of proposals to reform it, according to the results of a Public Policy Institute of California survey released last week.

“Change is in the air, but Californians are proceeding with caution,” Mark Baldassare, the PPIC’s president and chief executive officer, said in a statement. “They are generally satisfied with the changes they’ve made to the constitution, and most do not think it needs major revisions.”

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