CA Republican Primary:
11 months to the make-or-break California Republican Primary, former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani appears to have Arizona Senator John McCain outflanked on multiple fronts, according to a SurveyUSA poll of 562 Likely California Republican Primary voters conducted exclusively for KABC-TV Los Angeles, KPIX-TV San Francisco and KGTV-TV San Diego. Today, it's Giuliani 41%, McCain 23%, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich 13%, and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney 8%. Giuliani leads McCain among Pro-Choice voters, and among Pro-Life voters, McCain runs 3rd behind Giuliani and Gingrich; Giuliani leads among both those who support and those who oppose same-sex marriage; Giuliani leads among those who are for stem-cell research and those against it; Giuliani leads among those who own guns and those who don't; Giuliani leads among those who think global warming is real and among those who think global warming is made-up; and Giuliani leads among those who think the USA needs a military draft and among those who think the USA does not. Giuliani leads McCain 2:1 among Conservatives, where McCain runs 3rd to Gingrich; Giuliani leads McCain by 20 points among Moderates. McCain, from the neighboring state of Arizona, does not get above 26% in any age group nor in any region of California.
SurveyUSA Election Poll #11894