In 2016, voters who disliked both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump broke heavily toward the Republican, handing him the victory. This time around, those who disapprove of both sides appear to be favoring the Democrats, a USC-Los Angeles Times poll shows.
With the midterm campaign in its final weeks, poll signals a Democratic edge for the House and widespread doubts about Kavanaugh
Despite storms of news, the midterm race has barely changed since January, according to a new USC/LATimes poll. Partisanship and Trump dominate the race. Democrats continue to hold the edge for control of the House. A majority doubts Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh can be impartial.
Academic researchers, state analysts and California’s gubernatorial candidates agree that the fundamental issue underlying California’s housing crisis is that there’s not enough homes for everyone who wants to live here.
An initiative that would expand rent control in California has support of 41% of likely voters, with 38% opposed and 21% undecided, as election day nears, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
A California initiative that would repeal gas tax increases is falling well short of the majority support needed to pass, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll, jeopardizing a Republican strategy to use the measure to draw conservatives to the polls next month.
De León has run against Feinstein from the left, but much of his support comes from Republicans, new poll finds
U.S. Senate candidate Kevin de Leon has campaigned as the progressive alternative to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, but with the election nearing, his strongest support is coming from Republicans, according to a new USC-Dornsife/LA Times poll.
Poll shows Newsom with a commanding lead over Cox in final weeks before Californians select their next governor
Democratic Lt. Gov. Newsom enters the final weeks of California’s 2018 governor’s race with a solid lead over Republican businessman John Cox, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
Boosted by growing support among women living in suburban areas and by widespread antipathy toward President Trump, Democrats are poised to make major gains in November's midterm election, a new USC Dornsife-Los Angeles Times poll shows.