Support Grows for Newsom Recall Among California Voters

    Despite Democrat claims the recall is a partisan effort, California voters continue to grow their support for the recall.


    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. 

    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.

    SoCal Daily Pulse


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