Caitlyn Jenner Draws Low Support In California Recall Poll; Explains To CNN Why She Didn’t Vote In 2020 Election

Caitlyn Jenner Draws Low Support In California Recall Poll; Explains To CNN Why She Didn’t Vote In 2020 Election
Despite national media attention and name recognition, Caitlyn Jenner drew low support in the most recent Uc Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll, their first since she got into California’s gubernatorial race.

The poll showed that Jenner got just 6% support, behind Republicans Kevin Faulconer and John Cox, who each received 22%, according to the Los Angeles Times, a sponsor of the survey.

The poll was conducted online to 10,289 registered voters, with a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points. Participants were polled from April 29 to May 5. The latter date is when Jenner gave her first major TV interview, on Fox News’ Hannity. She sat down with CNN for another interview on Monday.

The results generally were good news for California Governor Gavin Newsom. While the recall has passed the signature threshold to get on the ballot, likely this fall, just 36% of California voters said they were in support of ousting Newsom from office,
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