In Less Favorable Polling News . . .

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Phil mentioned Biden losing major ground among independents. Meanwhile, out in California it looks like Gavin Newsom has solidified his position in the recall. A new poll has the recall losing 58-39, part of a trend of recent polling running in his direction. We can always hope for a big polling error, but it looks like the massive Newsom spending advantage and the attacks on Larry Elder are having an effect.

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