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Wednesday, April 16, 2003


California Poll Results

posted by Editor at Wednesday, April 16, 2003 permalink View blog reactions
Carl with a K has posted the Field Poll on his website. It shows Dr. Dean currently in 4th place in California. Karl also posted the 1991 Field Poll in which then Gov. Bill Clinton was in last place. The numbers are below. To learn more, use the link above. Hopefully the track record of small state governors in 4th place winning will hold true!

California Democratic Primary FIELD POLL

June 1991
27% Cuomo
14% Jackson
09% Gephardt
02% Clinton

April 2003
22% Lieberman
16% Kerry
12% Gephardt
07% Dean
04% Moseley Braun
04% Sharpton
03% Edwards
02% Graham
01% Kucinich
29% Undecided


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