Thursday, July 29, 2010

PPIC poll finds Brown, Whitman "virtually tied"

Jerry Brown supporters have been bragging about this results of this poll but I'm not sure it is something to brag about.
The poll, conducted during the first weeks of July, found that Attorney General Brown, the Democratic candidate for governor, is virtually tied with Republican Meg Whitman, leading 37 percent to 34 percent among likely voters with 23 percent still undecided.
After 4 decades in politics Moonbeam is only at 37% among likely voters?  That shows major weakness.  Click here for the results.

In other poll news, a fifth of Californians admit to being bonkers.

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