The poll, which was sponsored by the Los Angeles Times, was conducted from Feb. 3-10 and included 2,136 registered voters in Los Angeles. It was conducted in English and Spanish, and 1,446 of the participants indicated they were likely to vote in the June 7 primary, according to The Times.
Bass, D-Los Angeles, was the first-choice candidate for 25% of registered voters and 32% of likely voters, with Councilman Kevin de León coming in second, with 8% of both registered voters and likely voters saying he was their first choice.
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Real estate developer Rick Caruso was the first choice for 7% of registered voters and 8% of likely voters, and Councilman Joe Buscaino and City Attorney Mike Feuer were both first choices for 4% of registered voters and 4% of likely voters. Real estate broker Mel Wilson and businessman Ramit Varma each polled at 1% for likely voters and registered voters.
Bass was also viewed favorably by the highest percentage of registered voters and likely voters, with 32% of registered voters saying their opinion of her is favorable and 42% of likely voters saying their opinion of her is favorable.
Feuer received the second highest favorability rating from likely voters, with 21% saying they view him as favorable, followed by de León with 20% of likely voters viewing him as favorable.
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