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Trump on track for a level of defeat in California not seen since Civil War
President Donald Trump lost overwhelmingly in California in 2016, and 2020 could be even worse, putting him on track for the poorest showing by a Republican presidential candidate in the state since the Civil War, a new UC Berkeley Institute of Government Studies shows.
"Trump's declining electoral fortunes in California could dispirit Republican voters here, reducing GOP turnout in next year's primary and general elections. This could spell trouble for Republican candidates running in competitive elections for Congress, Assembly and state Senate," DiCamillo said.
Voter appraisals of Trump have consistently been characterized by very high levels of partisanship both here in California and across the country. This extreme partisanship is again evident in the latest poll. Nearly all of the Democrats polled (95%) say they disapprove of Trump’s performance, while among Republicans 81% approve. No Party Preference voters, who now account for more than a quarter of the state’s electorate, are more in line with the views of Democratic voters than Republicans, with 72% disapproving and just 28% approving of the President’s performance.
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