from Revolvis consulting…
On December 16-17, polling firm Moore Information conducted a poll on California’s 52nd Congressional District. Linked here is a memo on the poll’s findings. A few highlights…
• Hillary Clinton has a +5 net negative rating with 49% unfavorable and 44% favorable opinion among district voters.
• Incumbent Scott Peters is below 50% approval rating with only 44% of voters approving of his performance, and 29% disapproving.
• 41% of voters think Peters should be replaced while only 35% think he should be reelected.
• On the initial ballot, Peters is very weak not even breaking 50% against Denise Gitsham, who is virtually unknown to voters at this point in the race. Very dangerous territory for an incumbent.
• On the informed ballot, which tests positive and negative messages on both candidates, Peters holds only a +2% lead over Gitsham, 39-37%.