|Here's the latest from the PPIC on the governor's race:|
Voter preferences have changed little since one month ago (43% to 30%). Possible explanations for Schwarzenegger’s lead? While 82 percent of Republicans favor Schwarzenegger, only 58 percent of Democrats choose Angelides. Independents are choosing Schwarzenegger over Angelides by a wide margin (42% to 23%). Schwarzenegger’s lead in Republican-leaning areas is commanding – 30 points in the Central Valley and 23 points in the Southern California counties outside of Los Angeles. Angelides’ performance in key Democratic enclaves is less convincing: He leads by 10 points in the San Francisco Bay Area, while Schwarzenegger actually enjoys a slight lead in Los Angeles (41% to 36%). And finally, Democrats (42%) are much less likely than Republicans (58%) to be satisfied with their gubernatorial choices.
And here's the numbers for the bond campaigns:
Prop. 1B (Transportation-$19.9b)
Prop. 1C (Housing-$2.8b)
Prop. 1D (Education-$10.4b)
Prop. 1E (Levees/Flood-$4.09b)
Prop. 84 (Water/Parks-$5.4b)