Or maybe not:


"By a more than 2-to-1 margin — 64% to 31% — of registered voters in Hawaii who were polled say they favor building the state-of-the-art telescope, most of them strongly in support. Only 3% say they are unsure while another 3% say the issue does not matter to them.

"They also do not like how Gov. David Ige has handled the TMT issue. [...] Only 21% of those surveyed have a positive opinion of the governor’s leadership on the issue compared to 53% who hold negative views."