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Wednesday, May 04, 2005

LA-Mayor: Villaraigosa Stomping Hahn

Posted by Bob Brigham

Over at the Villaraigosa Blog, they have released the latest tracking numbers (Survey USA):

Channel 7 released a new mayoral poll by Survey USA today. The results:

Villaraigosa: 62%
Hahn: 3%
Undecided: 5%

The reaction?

Jerome Armstrong:

LA's had enough of Hahn. The only demographic that Hahn beats Villaraigosa on is among Republicans (62-37) and Conservatives (53-45). Among everyone else, Villaraigosa leads; and in the Valley Antonio holds a 20% lead over Hahn.


Not only does it appears that Villaraigosa is set to demolish Hahn, but it also looks like he has the support of just about every prominent politician. I assume some of that is just the bandwagon effect, but doesn't Hahn have any friends?

The last numbers Swing State Project has looked at were Villaraigosa - 53%, Hahn - 35%.

For Hahn, things have gone from bad to worse. I'm sure the race will tighten in the final days, but not enough for Hahn to finish respectably.

Posted at 10:45 AM in 2005 Elections, California | Technorati