It appears Sen. Dianne Feinstein and former state Senate President Kevin de Leon (D-Los Angeles) will do battle in the general election according to a pair of newly published political polls. Survey USA tested the pre-primary California electorate (5/21-24; 678 CA likely primary voters) and found Sen. Feinstein leading the pack of 32 jungle primary candidates with 36% preference. Sen. de Leon was a distant second with 11%, but the only other contender to reach double-digits.
Emerson College simultaneously surveyed the state (5/21-24; 600 CA registered voters). They find Sen. Feinstein also in the high 30s (38%), but Sen. de Leon barely in second place with 6.1% support, just ahead of attorney Pat Harris’ (D) 6.0%. The California primary is June 5th. With all contenders placed on the same ballot, irrespective of political party preference, the top two finishers will advance to the general election.
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