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Who’s ahead in California?

An updating average of 2020 presidential general election polls, accounting for each poll’s quality, sample size and recency

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President: general election, California, 2020
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12,370LV
Oct.20-Nov.2
12,370LV
Biden
62%
Biden
62%

Biden

62%

Trump

36%
36%
Trump  Biden+26
12,370RV
Oct.20-Nov.2
12,370RV
Biden
62%
Biden
62%

Biden

62%

Trump

35%
35%
Trump  Biden+27
800LV
Oct.28-Nov.1
800LV
Biden
62%
Biden
62%

Biden

62%

Trump

31%
31%
Trump  Biden+31
635LV
Oct.23-26
635LV
Biden
62%
Biden
62%

Biden

62%

Trump

35%

Jorgensen

2%

Hawkins

1%
35%
TrumpBiden+27
5,352LV
Oct.16-21
5,352LV
Biden
65%
Biden
65%

Biden

65%

Trump

29%
29%
Trump  Biden+36
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