The Hill reports:
More Californians would vote to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) in office than oust him if a recall election likely later this year were held right away, a new poll shows.
The survey, conducted by the independent California-based firm Probolsky Research, found 46 percent of all voters and 53 percent of those who say they are likely to vote in a recall election would vote to keep Newsom in office. Forty percent of all voters and 35 percent of likely recall voters would vote to remove him.
About two-thirds of Democratic voters would vote to keep Newsom in office, a relatively low number, but one that hints he has room to grow if he can keep his party in line.
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New poll from California firm Probolsky Research on the GAVIN NEWSOM recall shows…
Among all voters: 40% yes – 46% no
Among likely voters: 35% yes – 53% no
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