How are Californians feeling about the upcoming 2020 presidential election? What about the cost of living in the Golden State?
A new Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday asked California voters to weigh in on those issues, in addition to how they feel about the border wall, immigation, marijuana and other hotly contested topics.
Check out the breakdown below to see some of the highlights from the poll:
- 43 percent of California voters said they feel they can't afford to live in the state
- 77 percent of California voters said there is a housing crisis in the state
- 54 percent of California voters said legalizing marijuana has been good for the state
- 64 percent of California voters oppose building a wall along the country's southern border
- 76 percent of California voters said immigration is good for the country
- 69 percent of California voters support a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants
- 60 percent of Democrats and those leaning toward the Democratic side would be excited if former Vice President Joe Biden became the Democratic presidential nominee
- 58 percent of Democrats and those leaning toward the Democratic side would be excited if Sen. Kamala Harris became the Democratic presidential nominee