Election Day Poll

Prop Yes No D/K
1A 32 57 10
1B 37 54 9
1C 29 56 16
1D 35 54 11
1E 33 55 11
1F 48 38 14
Data by SurveyUSA

I am working for the No on 1A Campaign, however, I am not working for any other No campaign. My opinions should not be construed to be those of the campaign, especially when it comes to the remaining measures.

I’ll keep it short here, as Dave has already done a lot of great pre-analysis of the election, but I thought you all might be interested in the final poll on this mess of a special election. Unsuprisingly, Props 1A-1E are trailing badly. If any of them pass tonight, it would be a big shocker. Prop 1F is still slightly ahead, but still under that 50% mark.  I think 1F will pass, but it will be a lot closer than some people have expected.

Oh, and in the Tweet-off…The No on Prop 1A tweeters won in what turned out to be a very minor skirmish.  As far as I was able to spot with some cursory Twitter searches, there were only three tweets supporting Props 1A-1F like Maviglio suggested. Let’s just say that it wasn’t exactly “heard around California.”

8 thoughts on “Election Day Poll”

  1. …well, there were more polling workers than actual voters. Or voting booths.

    At least in my neck of the woods.

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