Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 7, 2010
Results from the latest Probolsky Research poll were released this morning.
It appears that Republican California Gubernatorial Candidate Meg Whitman’s hiring of a housekeeper who was an illegal immigrant is having limited impact in the race, as it “makes no difference” to 64.9% of voters*:
Brown’s lead is slim the ballot test (Whitman = 38.7%; Brown = 41.1%)..
More voters think that Whitman would do the best job reforming state government, but neither candidate owns that issue. Question: “Which candidate for Governor do you think would do the best job reforming state government?” Answer: Whitman = 39.2%; Brown = 35.8%.
From Thursday, September 30 through Monday, October 4, 2010, Probolsky Research conducted a telephone survey of 752 likely 2010 General Election voters in California. A survey of this size yields a margin of error of +/- 3.7% with a 95% degree of confidence.
A full report on the poll’s results can be found at http://www.probolskyresearch.com/news.
Probolsky Research LLC is a California-based full service public opinion research and polling firm.