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CA: 2010 Republican Primaries (Capitol Weekly 5/30-6/1)

Topics: California , Gov , Poll , Primary , Senate

Capitol Weekly / Probolsky Research (R)
5/30-6/1/10; 751 likely Republican primary voters, 3.7% margin of error
Mode: Live telephone interviews
(Probolsky release)

California

2010 Governor: Republican Primary
54% Whitman, 24% Poizner (chart)

2010 Senate: Republican Primary
40% Fiorina, 25% Campbell, 13% DeVore (chart)

 

Comments
LordMike:

Campbell was leading before only 'cos the teabaggers were splitting their votes. With them going all in for Fiorina, Campbell doesn't have much of a chance. What is he going to do now? Put ads out about how moderate he is?

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melvin:

Boxer will not lose this race,because Forina will have to get 70 percent of the white vote which is highly unlikley,Boxer is going to get 85 percent of the latino vote,no Republican can overcome that.

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pion:

"What is he going to do now? Put ads out about how moderate he is?"

Campbell is broke. He pulled all his ads. It's over.

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Phillip Roth:

Perfect example Melvin of why Democrats are soft on protecting the border---because they secretly WANT more Mexicans, or illegal aliens, or whatever you want to call them to come into the country because it equals votes for them and ultimately victories they would not otherwise have gotten.

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Aaron_in_TX:

"because they secretly WANT more Mexicans, or illegal aliens, or whatever you want to call them to come into the country"
And you seem to not want them only for that reason.

That is ridiculous.

Most of the growth in the hispanic population has been natural increase. They are having children at twice the rate of whites at least.

Illegals cannot vote. It takes 20 years for their presence to register at the voting booth because at best their kids will be able to vote. The hispanics who are voting are 2nd or 3rd generation at least.

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Farleftandproud:

I am still surprised at Fiorina. I guess CA GOP voters don't really want to have a GOP senator again in that state in their lifetime. Campbell seems more or less like Scott Brown or charlie Crist, and Fiorina is in the Palin school. I wouldn't count Campbell out because primary polls so far have not been accurate. I remember in KY and AL there were surprises come election day. I think CA is a bit more predictable but you never can tell. I think Fiarino's denial of Global warming would make her a laughing stock in CA.

She'll win Orange County and the northern San Diego Suburbs; she'll win Bakersfield and maybe Fresno. She'll win the part of the state near Redding, but I doubt she'll do very well in other parts of the state.

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Farleftandproud:

I may be gullible but was that really Philip Roth?

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Wong:

@Philip Roth

We bring them over by the thousands at night in those black helicopters.

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Phillip Roth:

Come on guys...the Democratic party WANTS more Hispanics, Mexicans, Latinos, etc in this country. Even if they get 60-70% of that vote in a statewide general election, they will win 9 out of 10 times. This senate race in California will prove that.

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Emawk:

Phillip,

Your tone when referencing Hispanics is rather unsettling. Not all of them are illegal or somehow detrimental to the US as your comments would have one believe. Let us not forget that mostly all of our ancestors were immigrants.

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Emawk:

Phillip,

Your tone when referencing Hispanics is rather unsettling. Not all of them are illegal or somehow detrimental to the US as your comments would have one believe. Let us not forget that mostly all of our ancestors were immigrants.

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Phillip Roth:

I should have been more specific, my mistake. I meant to say ILLEGAL immigrants...of course the Democratic party wants more ILLEGALS flocking to this country because it means more votes.

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