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Poll Shows Many Californians Undecided About Governor's Race Candidates, Rest Tied Evenly



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(Sacramento, CA)
Thursday, September 23, 2010

The new survey shows 41 percent of Californians support Democrat Jerry Brown, and 41 percent plan to vote for Republican Meg Whitman. Meanwhile, the number of Californians who are undecided has gone up. In fact, it's the highest it's been since last January. Mark DeCamillo is the Field Poll's director. 

"Voters are having a tough time, especially non-partisan voters."

DiCamillo says 18 percent of voters are unsure which way to cast their ballot, or are opting for a third party candidate. He says the poll also shows most voters think negatively of both candidates.

 "As we get closer to the election it seems the voters are getting more turned off by both of the candidates."                                                   

DiCamillo says that's probably due to all the negative campaign ads both sides have been pushing. The survey of more than 850 voters took place over the last few weeks.
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