More good news. However, November is still way off…so I’m cheering with “cautious optimism.
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll in California finds 78% of registered voters believe the state is on the wrong track, with most saying the biggest problem facing California is the weak economy.
In the U.S. Senate race, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D) leads challenger Carly Fiorina (R), 45% to 41%.
In the gubernatorial race, Jerry Brown (D) leads Meg Whitman (R), 45% to 39%.
Said pollster Clifford Young: “There’s a high level of discontentment. They’re mad. However, in California is not clear who they’re going to be mad at. It will be incumbent upon the different candidates to frame that to their advantage.”