1988 California Primary
Voters' Opinions


(Percentage of Voters by Group)

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ALL VOTERS
LATINO
ANGLO
BLACK
MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE
Deficit
33
33
34
25
Drugs
27
30
22
57
Education
26
30
23
34
"THE NEXT PRESIDENT NEEDS TO MAKE A BASIC CHANGE IN THE POLICIES AND PROGRAMS OF THE LAST EIGHT YEARS"
Agree
68
85
61
94
Disagree
32
15
39
6
IMPRESSION OF GEORGE BUSH
Favorable
37
23
42
8
Unfavorable
47
54
47
60
IMPRESSION OF MICHAEL DUKAKIS
Favorable
55
60
57
35
Unfavorable
24
20
24
34
IMPRESSION OF JESSE JACKSON
Favorable
39
51
32
90
Unfavorable
42
23
50
3
IMPRESSION OF GEORGE DEUKMEJIAN
Favorable
47
34
51
17
Unfavorable
36
45
33
58
PERCENT OF ALL VOTERS
100
10
70
10
CONFIDENCE +/-*
2%
7%
3%
7%
*Note of Confidence Levels - In 19 out of 20 cases, statistical estimates for each group in this poll should differ in either direction by no more than the number of percentage points listed from what is to be obtained by interviewing all voters in that group in the state.
Source: Los Angeles Times Exit Poll of 4,705 Voters Statewide in the June 7, 1988 California Primary Election

 

 
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