California Poll--Sanders on Top by 14%, Tulsi at 4%
A Change Research/KQED poll of nearly 2,000 Californians had the following results for the California primary--the biggest primary in the country:
KQED is basically an National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate in California.
This is an interesting poll, because if accurate, Biden is at the cusp of the 15% cut-off for gaining delegates in the state (and Warren is near it as well). If either one of those folks does not meet that 15% level, their candidacy is probably done, considering the California assigns a whopping 415 of the pledged delegates of the contest (the next largest state is New York with 274).
There are a *lot* of undecided people, however. So, that may change things in many ways.
Tulsi is showing some strength as well, marking her highest poll in California ever. Considering she has not campaigned in California for many months, and was not in the latest debate, that's actually really impressive. She is even beating Bloomberg in the state, even as he flushes advertising money down the toilet.
Bernie will almost certainly win California, probably by quite a margin. That will be very good for his momentum.
California is part of SuperTuesday, and votes on March 3--exactly one month after the Iowa caucus.