Independent from Long Beach, California on March 15, 1966 · Page 4
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A-v-INDEPENDENT LN» MM*. C4W,,.T»«., MW, It, INI Gov. Brown Lags in the State Poll (Continued from Page A-l) ic percentage. .. . -The high number of voters who do'riot knoVifor whom they would vote in the Brawn- Porn and Brown - Patrick matchings underline the findings reported by The State Poll on Sunday that Dorn and ·Patrick are not considered .by ,th« electorate'to be .In real ;contention in t h e gubernatorial election. '.'· ·'.'·/, Yorty fares better against .the Republican hopefuls than does Gov. Brown. The results matching · Yorty against four Republicans were: the Yorty Christopher Don't Know Yorty Dorn ; Don't Know Yorty Patrick Don't Know Yorty, ,. , Reagan' Don't Know Yorly, who had not announced his. candidacy at the :ime of the poll, is defeated jy only one of the Repub- icans, George Christopher. S o t h of .these men attract voters from the opposite party to a pronounced degree. Significantly, -Y o r t y receives only ,48% of the Democratic vote a g a i n s t Chrlhoheiy Brown's lowest amount of support among P e mo cratic registrants is 55% when matched against Christopher. Mayor Yorty defeats Supervisor Dorri and businessman Patrick handily at this time. 46.2 94.4 33.6 16.5 13.9 18.3 Tel»I 47.6 TM.. 48.2 30.7 57.1 25.0 41.2 13,8 28.8 28.1 283 eDvb-D*m». an crtf 3.3 57.5 24.1 37.4 14.0 28.3 29.3 27.6 43.0 16.8 61.4 39.9 69.8 19.1 17.1 13.6 19.5 democratic a n d Republican mmaries, the second - rated candidate does better in the jeneral election than the candidate who is in the lead. Although Christopher is trail- ng Reagan in the primary, he easily defeats Brown in a gen- jral election matching. Yorty is running a poor, second to Brown at this time in the Democratic primary, yet he 48_2 However his m a r g i n over Ronald Reagan is approximately 3%. Last January, Yorty trailed Reagan by 4.6% and Christopher by 14.3%. The S t a t e P o l l reported Sunday that -Ronald Reagan leads George Christopher for the Republican nomination On Monday, the s u r v e y showed that Gov. Brown leads Mayor · Yorty in the Demo cratic primary. At this time, in both the runs better than Brown in the general pairings. Tomorrow, The State Poll will report the opinions of t h e electorate concerning the fighting in Viet Nam. The respondents were asked if they believed that-the United States should increase its committment, or withdraw its troops entirely. Governor Sees No LBJ Endorsement (Continued from Page A-l) hind an administration proposal for a Redwoods National Park addition, because seeking of a larger addition now might cause the state to "lose the whole thing." Demonstrators--The governor hit at criticisms of him for not stepping in to halt demonstrations at the University of California. "Anyone General Electric TV NEW from G-E! 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Until 7 Belts Will Run for Third Term as Treasurer SACRAMENTO UP)--Stat Treasurer Bert A. Belts sai Monday he would be a ca'nd date for a third term 1 in. th office he has held sine January 1959. Belts, 42, a Democrat, is one of four men who have held the Treasurer's position for eight years, and, if reelected, would be only the second man to hold the post for longer than that period. New Tijuana Road Collapses ENSENADA, Mex. (AP)-Forty sections of the Tijuana o-Ensenada Freeway, unde :onst ruction since 1962 an not yet opened to traffic, ar sliding into the sea. Stretches of asphalt one t :hree blocks long.have crum led and dropped as much a six feet since record wint ains began undermining : miles of pavement along U lalisades north of Ensenad The four-lane, 66-mile fre way, built at a cost .of $ million, was expected to opened this month. Christopher Reports Bright Poll Showing . (Continued from Page A-l) oil was made on March 6-- sophy father',than-personali- e day before Reagan stalked om the stage of a Negro epublican rally. Christopher id he. believes this hurt eagan. "I'm the only man who can efeat Pat Brown," said Chris- ipher ; former mayor and o u n t y supervisor in San rancisco. · _. Christopher said i s s u e s gainst Brown will be the gov- ·nor's "vacillation image, le student demonstrations at he'University-of California, sing taxes and fiscal'respon ibility. He;said the third-term uestion will have "an erosive ffect" on Brown's chances or re-election, Christopher predicted that ties. Christopher said the biggest vote-getting problem "is in I Southern California and particularly in populous Los Angeles County, where he is less well known than in the north. He. indicated that a large chunk of the $250,000 he figures to spend in the primary will go to making himself better known there. Christopher came here Sunday to' address a gathering in honor of Republican National Chairman Ray Bliss. On Monday morning, Christopher paid a call on Sen. Thomas Kuchel, R'-Calif., who is in Walter Reed Army Hospital recovering from gallbladder surgery a week ago. Kuchel has en ictory in November will be iurt by a bruising June primary. "The schism in the Califor- iia Democratic Party is great- r than people think," said Christopher, who said he was rying to keep his own party's irimary on a plane of philo- dorsed dacy! Christopher's candi- Flu Delays Politicking by Reagan LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- A second bout with the flu breed Ronald Reagan Monday to postpone a series of campaign appearances. The candidate for the Republican gubernatorial nomination was ordered to bed Sunday when his temperature reached 101 degrees. His schedule was shifted to exclude any firm commitments until Thursday, when le hopes to resume speaking appearances. 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