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Poll of likely Democratic primary voters in California, only including candidates who declared their intent to run prior to launch of survey: Harris 53% Warren 23% Booker 7% Castro 6% Gabbard 4% Buttigieg 2% Delaney 2% Gillibrand 1% Yang 1% Williamson 1% (n=948, Feb 9-11, 2019)
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Our December polling showed Biden and Sanders even in Iowa, and showed Biden and O'Rourke even nationally. (We'll also note that O'Rourke's numbers have fallen quite a bit over the past two months.)
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Our January polling in New Hampshire showed Bernie Sanders with a small lead over Joe Biden.
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Poll of likely Democratic primary voters in California Joe Biden 26% Kamala Harris 26% Bernie Sanders 20% Beto O’Rourke 8% Elizabeth Warren 7% Cory Booker 3% Julián Castro 2% (n=948, Feb 9-11, 2019)
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California Democratic voters are favorable to Democratic candidates. But there are some big differences: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Beto O'Rourke, and Eric Swalwell all have at least 8:1 favorable:unfavorable ratios, far better than their opponents.
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Prop. 13 is often described as the “third rail”of California politics. But under half of Californians are positive about it, and over 20% don't even know what it is.
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CA Senator Kamala Harris has a narrow lead over Joe Biden in the Bay Area, Los Angeles (county), the Central/Southern Farm region, and Southern California (excluding LA County).
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Change Research conducted a poll from February 9-11 of 1614 registered voters, including 948 likely Democratic primary voters, to unpack insights from what may be 2020's most enigmatic primary state.
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When CA makes its Super Tuesday debut in 2020, millions of voters across the Golden State will have the opportunity to cast their ballots at or about the same time New Hampshire goes to the polls. Interested in learning more about this survey? Email patr@changeresearch.com
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Change Research Feb 13
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Prop. 13 is often described as the “third rail”of California politics. But under half of Californians are positive about it, and over 20% don't even know what it is.
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Over 80% of California Democrats say California should be a leader on climate change.
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California Democrats identify housing affordability (58%), homelessness (33%), and income inequality (23%) as the biggest issues facing the state. California Republicans identify immigration (77%), homelessness (28%), and the state budget (22%) as the biggest issues.
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When asked to identify their second choice, a plurality of Biden and O’Rourke supporters choose Harris; plurality of Harris and Sanders supporters choose Biden.
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It probably won't come as a big surprise to Californians that PG&E is not very popular.
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Change Research Feb 13
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Like Democrats nationally, Democratic primary voters in California do not like Howard Schultz.
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Change Research Feb 13
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California Democratic voters are favorable to Democratic candidates. But there are some big differences: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Beto O'Rourke, and Eric Swalwell all have at least 8:1 favorable:unfavorable ratios, far better than their opponents.
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Change Research Feb 13
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Kamala Harris has a comfortable lead over the field among likely Dem. primary voters over 50. Bernie Sanders leads among millennial voters under 35.
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Change Research Feb 13
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CA Senator Kamala Harris has a narrow lead over Joe Biden in the Bay Area, Los Angeles (county), the Central/Southern Farm region, and Southern California (excluding LA County).
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Change Research Feb 13
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Poll of likely Democratic primary voters in California, only including candidates who declared their intent to run prior to launch of survey: Harris 53% Warren 23% Booker 7% Castro 6% Gabbard 4% Buttigieg 2% Delaney 2% Gillibrand 1% Yang 1% Williamson 1% (n=948, Feb 9-11, 2019)
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