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CandidatePolitical PartyPollGraphPoll Details
DBarbara L. Boxer*Democratic44%piePoll Date: 2010-05-26
RCarly S. FiorinaRepublican38%Number Polled: 1,506
-Other-0%Margin of Error: 3%
-Undecided-4%Voter Type: Registered

  * = Incumbent

Boxer leads GOP

 By: Olawakandi (D-CA) on 2010-05-29 @ 22:17:03

Question: (IF REGISTERED REPUBLICAN VOTERS ON FILE OR UNAFFILIATED VOTERS WHO SAY THEY MIGHT VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN UNAFFLVT2) Well regardless of which candidate you are supporting in the Republican primary, if the general election for the senate was held today and the candidates were United States Senator Barbara Boxer and Business Executive Carly Fiorina, for whom would you vote?
(FOR EVERYONE ELSE) I know that it is a long way off, but thinking about the general election for the U.S. Senate this November, if the general election for the senate was held today and the candidates were United States Senator Barbara Boxer and Business Executive Carly Fiorina, for whom would you vote?

Barbara Boxer....................................................................44
Carly Fiorina.......................................................................38
(Other candidate)................................................................4

Question: IF REGISTERED REPUBLICAN VOTERS ON FILE OR UNAFFILIATED VOTERS WHO SAY THEY MIGHT VOTE IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY IN UNAFFLVT2) Well regardless of which candidate you are supporting in the Republican primary, if the general election for the senate was held today and the candidates were United States Senator Barbara Boxer and Economist/Business Educator Tom Campbell, for whom would you vote?
(FOR EVERYONE ELSE) I know that it is a long way off, but thinking about the general election for the U.S. Senate this November, if the general election for the senate was held today and the candidates were United States Senator Barbara Boxer and Economist/Business Educator Tom Campbell, for whom would you vote?

Barbara Boxer ....................................................................38
Tom Campbell ....................................................................45
(Other candidate) ................................................................3

About this Poll
These findings are based on a random sample survey of 1,506 registered voters in the state of California conducted from May 19-26, 2010. All interviews were done by telephone using live interviewers from the ISA Research facility in Van Nuys, California. Voters were randomly selected from a list of registered voters statewide and reached on landline or cell phone depending on the number they designated on their voter registration. The percentage of cell phone respondents in this study matches the percentage of those who list their cell phone on the voter file. Bilingual dialers gave respondents the option of taking the survey in English or Spanish. Up to five attempts were made to reach and interview each randomly selected voter. In order to include a wider-range of questions in this study, some batteries of related questions were split into random half-samples of 753 voters each, or random third samples of 502 voters each, for purposes of time.

Upon completion of the interviewing, the results were weighted slightly to more accurately reflect the total population of registered voters throughout the state. Weighting was done to regional and demographic characteristics according to known census estimates and voter file projections; party registration was weighted to match the most recent 2010 report from the California Secretary of State’s office.

The maximum sampling error for results based on the overall sample of 1,506 registered voters is +/- 2.6 percentage points at the 95% confidence level. The margin of error for the findings from each random half-sample of 753 registered voters is +/- 3.6 percentage points and the margin of error for each third split is +/- 4.5 percentage points.

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