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Residents: n=2485, MOE +/- 2.0% Registered Voters: n=1833, MOE +/- 2.3% Likely Primary Voters: n=984, MOE +/- 3.1%

NBC News/WSJ/Marist Poll June 2016 California Questionnaire

Potential Democratic Electorate: n=991, MOE +/- 3.1% Likely Democratic Primary Voters: n=557, MOE +/- 4.2%

Screener <Marist Poll Introduction> Are you 18 years of age or older?

Do you consider your permanent home address to be in California?

HH SELECTION – LANDLINE FRAME ONLY

GENDER GUESS

Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as president?

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Approve

61

Disapprove

32

Unsure

7

Total

100

 

RESIDENTS

June 2016

Approve

61

Disapprove

28

Unsure

10

Total

100

Do you approve or disapprove of the job Jerry Brown is doing as governor? REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Approve

56

Disapprove

29

Unsure

15

Total

100

 

RESIDENTS

June 2016

Approve

54

Disapprove

26

Unsure

19

Total

100

If the 2016 Democratic presidential primary in California were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are (including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or voted absentee):

LIKELY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders Other Undecided Total

June 2016

49

47

1

3

100

POTENTIAL DEMOCRATIC ELECTORATE

June 2016

Bernie Sanders

48

Hillary Clinton

47

Other

2

Undecided

3

Total

100

Would you say you strongly support <candidate>, somewhat support <candidate>,* or do you think you might vote differently on Primary Day?

LIKELY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS WITH A CANDIDATE PREFERENCE

June 2016

Strongly support

72

Somewhat support

24

Might vote differently

4

Unsure

1

Total

100

POTENTIAL DEMOCRATIC ELECTORATE WITH A CANDIDATE PREFERENCE Strongly support Somewhat support Might vote differently Unsure Total

* including those who voted absentee

June 2016

68

26

5

1

100

The June 7th California primary for U.S. Senate is an open primary, where the candidates from all parties - Democrats, Republicans and others - are listed together on the same ballot. Voters can choose one candidate from any party. If the June 7th open primary for U.S. Senate were held today, whom would you suport if the candidates are (including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate or voted absentee):

LIKELY PRIMARY VOTERS

June 2016

Kamala Harris, a Democrat

37

Loretta Sanchez, a Democrat

19

Tom Del Beccaro, a Republican

8

Ron Unz, a Republican

5

Duf Sundheim, a Republican

5

Other

3

Undecided

24

Total

100

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Kamala Harris, a Democrat

32

Loretta Sanchez, a Democrat

20

Tom Del Beccaro, a Republican

7

Ron Unz, a Republican

6

Duf Sundheim, a Republican

4

Other

3

Undecided

28

Total

100

2016 California primary for U.S. Senate including those who are undecided yet leaning towards a candidate or voted absentee [if undecided/other:

Would you be more likely to vote for a Democrat or Republican?] LIKELY PRIMARY VOTERS

June 2016

Kamala Harris, a Democrat

37

Loretta Sanchez, a Democrat

19

Tom Del Beccaro, a Republican

8

Ron Unz, a Republican

5

Duf Sundheim, a Republican

5

Undecided/Other Leaning Democrat

11

Undecided/Other Leaning Republican

11

Other

1

Undecided

4

Total

100

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Kamala Harris, a Democrat

32

Loretta Sanchez, a Democrat

20

Tom Del Beccaro, a Republican

7

Ron Unz, a Republican

6

Duf Sundheim, a Republican

4

Undecided/Other Leaning Democrat

12

Undecided/Other Leaning Republican

11

Other

1

Undecided

6

Total

100

If the 2016 presidential election were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are:

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Hillary Clinton, the Democrat

55

Donald Trump, the Republican

31

Neither

8

Undecided

6

Total

100

If the 2016 presidential election were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are:

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Bernie Sanders, the Democrat

62

Donald Trump, the Republican

28

Neither

5

Undecided

5

Total

100

Would you vote for or vote against a California ballot initiative to legalize small amounts of marijuana for recreational use?

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Vote for

55

Vote against

39

Unsure

6

Total

100

Are you male or female?

RESIDENTS

June 2016

Male

49

Female

51

Total

100

 

REGISTERED VOTERS

June 2016

Male

48

Female

52

Total

100

 

LIKELY PRIMARY VOTERS

June 2016

Male

46

Female

54

Total

100

 

LIKELY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY VOTERS

June 2016

Male

46

Female

54

Total

100