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Post-election poll paints a picture of California voters




A voter holds a sample ballot after voting for the midterm elections at Los Angeles County Lifeguard headquarters on November 2, 2010 in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.
A voter holds a sample ballot after voting for the midterm elections at Los Angeles County Lifeguard headquarters on November 2, 2010 in the Venice neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.
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The latest LA Times/USC poll includes the largest and most representative survey of Latino and Asian American voters ever taken. These two groups now comprise about a quarter of California’s registered voters, and the results of the poll offer new understanding about the way our political winds blow. How did Latinos and Asian Americans lean in the races for governor and senate? What are our marching orders for governor-elect Jerry Brown? What does the future hold for issues like immigration reform, gay marriage, the environment?

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Frank Stoltze, KPCC Political Reporter