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CA: Field Research Corporation, Sacramento Bee, University of California

8 Questions | 1 point | May 26-31, 20160 Comments

Field Research Corporation conducted a survey of 1002 California likely voters between May 26 and May 31, 2016. Respondents were contacted by either Cellphone or Landline and instructed by a live operator. The results of this poll were released on Jun 2, 2016.

The poll was sponsored by the Sacramento Bee and the University of California.

Results were provided for each of the 3 publicly acknowledged questions along with the order in which they were presented.

The external identification number for this poll is 2537.

Question 1 | PreferenceView Matchup

(ASKED OF DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY VOTERS WHO HAD ALREADY VOTED)(ASKED OF LIKELY DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY VOTERS WHO HAD NOT YET VOTED) In California'sDemocratic primary for President, for whom did you vote – (NAMES AND PARTIES OF CANDIDATES READ INRANDOM ORDER)?

Clinton (D)Sanders (D)Undecided/Not Sure/RefusedOtherTotal
All44.52%
248
43.09%
240
11.31%
63
1.08%
6
571
Likely
Hispanic45.77%
65
42.25%
60
11.27%
16
0.7%
1
24.87%
142
Female48.58%
154
39.43%
125
10.73%
34
0.95%
3
55.52%
317
Male39.17%
94
47.92%
115
12.08%
29
1.25%
3
42.03%
240
Democrat49.09%
216
26.59%
117
9.32%
41
1.14%
5
77.06%
440
Independent27.35%
32
53.85%
63
18.8%
22
0.85%
1
20.49%
117
Blacks57.14%
28
34.69%
17
6.12%
3
08.58%
49
Whites44.23%
138
44.23%
138
10.26%
32
1.28%
4
54.64%
312

This question was presented to 571 likely voters from California who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by Field Research Corporation, the Sacramento Bee and the University of California.

Question 7 | PreferenceView Matchup

(ASKED OF ALL LIKELY VOTERS IN CALIFORNIA) If the November general election for President were being held today and the candidates were Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton, for whom would you vote – Trump or Clinton?

Clinton (D)Trump (R)NeitherUndecidedTotal
All53.39%
535
33.63%
337
8.48%
85
4.39%
44
1002
Likely
Female57.39%
303
31.06%
164
6.82%
36
4.73%
25
52.69%
528
Male48.95%
232
36.5%
173
10.34%
49
4.22%
20
47.31%
474
Democrat82.95%
365
7.95%
35
5.91%
26
3.18%
14
43.91%
440
Independent65.38%
119
14.84%
27
10.99%
20
9.34%
17
18.16%
182
Republican12.05%
44
74.25%
271
9.59%
35
3.84%
14
36.43%
365

This question was presented to 1002 likely voters from California who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by Field Research Corporation, the Sacramento Bee and the University of California.

Question 8 | PreferenceView Matchup

(ASKED OF ALL LIKELY VOTERS IN CALIFORNIA) Suppose the candidates in the November general election for President were Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders. If the November general election for President were being held today, for whom would you vote – Trump or Sanders?

Sanders (D)Trump (R)NeitherUndecidedTotal
All60.18%
603
30.94%
310
4.79%
48
4.09%
41
1002
Likely
Female63.45%
335
28.79%
152
3.6%
19
4.36%
23
52.69%
528
Male56.54%
268
33.33%
158
6.12%
29
4.01%
19
47.31%
474
Democrat87.5%
385
5.68%
25
2.95%
13
3.64%
16
43.91%
440
Independent72.53%
132
17.03%
31
4.4%
8
6.04%
11
18.16%
182
Republican20%
73
68.77%
251
7.4%
27
3.56%
13
36.43%
365

This question was presented to 1002 likely voters from California who were contacted in some undisclosed fashion.

The question wording was provided by Field Research Corporation, the Sacramento Bee and the University of California.

Sources
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