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Two of California’s most famous Democrats are slipping in the polls as the calendar advances closer and closer to the day of the election.
In fact, both Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and U.S. sen Dianne, Feinstein only single-digit leads over their opponents, to show the results.
In the race for Governor, a Probolsky research survey between Aug. 29-Sept. 2, shows Newsom leading Republican businessman John Cox of only 5 points, with 17 percent of respondents in the San Francisco Chronicle indecisive reported.
Feinstein faces similar problems with the survey you are going to show you with only an 8-point lead over progressive Challenger Kevin de León. A quarter of respondents said they remain the pollsters you indefinitely.
Both Cox and de León have cut your lung since the primaries in June. Newsom took 34 percent of the vote, while Cox received 25 percent. In California’s jungle primary system, the two best-placed to stand in the General election, regardless of party.
In the U.S. Senate race, Feinstein support she received from 44 percent of voters, while de León received only 12 percent, even though the other candidates ran well.
The Hispanic vote has been a source of frustration for Newsom, who has, in principle, that the constituency with Cox, in spite of Hispanics historically prefer Democrats, according to the chronicle.
For Feinstein, a concern is the support among Republicans is that race has no candidate in the Senate. De León, despite positioning himself as a progressive candidate than Feinstein, a 5-point lead among Republicans. Still, almost half of the Republicans in the poll said they were undecided.
De León has been relentlessly attacking Feinstein from the left for not sufficiently progressive. In the midst of the chaotic Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh hearings, the progressive Democrats, Feinstein attacked, for compliance with the process rather than the protesters.
We are not to praise the protesters and stand outside with them, apologize for their actions. We need a Senator from California that will stand up, and #do not WITHSTAND to SUPPORT#. #Kavanaugh confirm ation hearings https://t.co/xcfHLVfrD3
— Kevin de León (@kdeleon) 5. September 2018
“We should not apologize for praising the protesters and stand outside with them, for their actions,” he tweeted. “We need a Senator from California that will stand up, and #do not WITHSTAND to SUPPORT#.”
The attack of de Leon, followed by Feinstein apology Wednesday after a protest broke out during the Kavanaugh hearing.
“I’m sorry for the circumstances,” the senator Kavanaugh said. “We will get through it.”
Cox, meanwhile, were fighting on the ground and the multiple division of motor vehicle offices went to the state with the promise that “help is on the way” to those who wait in the lines.
“This is a great point of reference for everything, what saith John,” campaign spokesman Matt Shupe told the chronicle. “It’s about more transparency from the government. It approaches topics like a business man. It comes to the Reform of the state, that nobody is satisfied.”
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.