Monmouth Poll: Rouda 46%, Rohrabacher 43%

Twenty-four percent of Republicans and leaners said they "wish that someone else was representing their party."

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Drew Gerber
July 17, 2018, 9:19 a.m.

A Monmouth University poll (July 11-15; 402 RVs; +/– 6.9%) released Tuesday found businessman Harley Rouda (D) leading Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R) by 3 points, 46-43 percent. Rouda held a strong level of support among Democrats and independents compared to Rohrabacher, while the Republican led primarily with white voters without a college degree.

Twenty-four percent of self-identified Republicans and Republican-leaning voters “wish that someone else was representing their party." (release)


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