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CA: Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, Los Angeles Times, University of Southern California

88 Questions | 1 point | March 16-23, 20160 Comments

Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research conducted a survey of 1503 California registered voters between Mar 16 and Mar 23, 2016. Respondents were contacted by either Cellphone or Landline and instructed by a live operator. The results of this poll were released on Mar 28, 2016.

The poll was sponsored by the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Times.

Results were provided for each of the 2 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

Question 32 | PreferenceView Matchup

(REGISTERED DEMOCRATS OR LIKELY DTS/NPP DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS) Now, thinking about the Democratic primary election for president in June, if the election for president was held today, would you vote for Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, or another candidate?

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)UndecidedAnother CandidateRefusedWould Not VoteTotal
All45%37%8%7%1%1%832
Registered
Hispanic52%37%8%2%1%1%29.81%
248
Female48%37%7%6%0%1%56.37%
469
Male42%37%10%9%1%1%43.75%
364
Democrat49%35%8%6%1%1%77.88%
648
Independent35%44%9%12%0%1%22.12%
184
Asians35%43%13%4%1%3%7.93%
66
Blacks50%39%6%4%0%0%8.77%
73
Whites42%37%8%11%1%1%51.44%
428

This question was presented to 832 registered voters from California who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 3.7% at the 95% confidence level.

The question wording was provided by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Times.

Question 33 | PreferenceView Matchup

And thinking about the presidential election this November, if the election for president were held today and the candidates were Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, for whom would you vote?

Clinton (D)Trump (R)Would Not VoteOtherUndecidedRefusedTotal
All59%28%4%4%3%1%1503
Registered
Female63%25%2%3%3%2%53.03%
797
Male55%31%2%5%4%3%46.97%
706
Democrat84%7%3%3%1%1%43.11%
648
Independent61%22%4%5%6%2%24.02%
361
Republican21%64%6%5%4%1%27.61%
415

This question was presented to 1503 registered voters from California who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion. The margin of sampling error is ± 2.8% at the 95% confidence level.

The question wording was provided by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Times.

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