Susan Pinkus

Director, The Los Angeles Times Poll

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Susan Pinkus on KCRW

With the California primary three weeks away,  Clinton’s ahead  and four Republicans are all within the margin of error—but the undecideds could change things in both parties.

Los Angeles Times Poll

With the California primary three weeks away, Clinton’s ahead and four Republicans are all within the margin of error—but the undecideds could change things in both parties.

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