Only a day earlier than the first election, a brand new ballot reveals Ammar Campa-Najjar with a slight total lead within the race for mayor of San Diego County’s second largest metropolis.
The ballot by North Carolina-based Public Coverage Polling surveyed 569 seemingly Chula Vista Voters on Could 24 and 25.
Campa-Najjar, a two-time Congressional candidate and Obama administration official, led with 20%, adopted carefully by Metropolis Councilmember John McCann at 18%, former Councilmember Jill Galvez at 12%, former Councilmember Rudy Ramirez at 9%, Southwestern Faculty government Zaneta Encarnacion at 8% and retired Military Main Spencer Money at 4%.
When requested whether or not they had a positive opinion of every candidate, respondents ranked McCann and Campa-Najjar on the prime, with rankings of 33% and 32% respectively.
If the precise vote matches the ballot, then Campa-Najjar and McCann would seemingly face one another in a November runoff.
Nevertheless, there have been a lot of undecided voters within the survey — 30% within the last week fore the election.
The revered political web site FiveThirtyEight.com has given the polling agency behind this survey an A- for accuracy.