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Telling details from LMU's election exit poll



Eric Garcetti thanks supporters at The Palladium in Hollywood, Calif. on May 21st, 2013.
Eric Garcetti thanks supporters at The Palladium in Hollywood, Calif. on May 21st, 2013.
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Tuesday night, just after the polls closed, Fernando Guerra disclosed the initial results of an Election Day exit poll, which predicted a victory by Eric Garcetti over Wendy Greuel by 54 percent to 46 percent.

Guerra, who directs Loyola Marymount University's Center for the Study of Los Angeles, was spot on. His numbers exactly matched the final count delivered by the L.A. City Clerk's office at 3:15 Wednesday morning.

On Wednesday afternoon, the LMU center issued the details of the exit poll, and the results display just how much Garcetti dominated the race.

RELATEDFull details of LMU's exit poll 

The best illustration might be to examine the few categories that Greuel won:

Otherwise, Garcetti won in virtually every other category:

So at least according to the election results, Eric Garcetti is all things to almost all people. The question is: Can he keep that up? Actually, should he keep that up?