Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) “can’t rest easy as she prepares for another re-election bid next year,” the Sacramento Bee reports.
For the first time since her initial 1992 election, less than half of the Californians surveyed consider themselves leaning toward Feinstein.
"It’s somewhat surprising, because she’s considered by many to be among the most popular politicians in California," Field Poll director Mark DiCamillo said Wednesday.
Forty-six percent of Californians surveyed between Feb. 28 and March 14 said they are "inclined" to vote for Feinstein next year. Forty-two percent are "not inclined," and 12 percent call themselves undecided.