BREAKING: A new poll from Inside California Politics/ Emerson College Poll shows growing support for the recall of Governor Gavin Newsom. The poll shows recall support is up from the last couple of weeks.
46% of voters now say they would vote to recall Governor Gavin Newsom, up from 43% just a few weeks ago. The data shows more voters are deciding to move toward recalling Newsom, with the undecided voter numbers decreasing from 9% to just 6%.
54% of Hispanic poll respondents say they would vote to recall Governor Newsom. As the Hispanic population makes up a large percentage of voters in the State, their vote could prove to be essential to the success of the recall.
This poll went out over the weekend to 1,000 California voters.
Respondent part affiliation breakdown:
30% NO PARTY PREFERENCE
— Ashley Zavala (@ZavalaA) August 3, 2021
Despite California Democrats touting the recall as a partisan “republican recall”, the results of the poll proved to be dramatically different. Of the 1,000 poll respondents the largest portion were democrats making up 46% of the survey. The remaining percentages were 23% republicans, and 30% had no party preference.
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