Caitlyn Jenner’s run as a moderate conservative in the California governor’s race may be over before it really gets rolling.
Jenner has been doing a media blitz to boost his campaign, but it appears to be all for naught.
In a recent poll co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Times, Jenner scored only six percent support among likely voters.
Bad News for Bruce, I Mean Caitlyn
Jenner has been flipping on past policy stances and crossing over on some rather significant conservative stances in this bid for the governor’s mansion.
I know there is no way I could support this platform, Republican or not, and I am not alone.
A mere 13 percent of Republicans surveyed said they would support Jenner.
Poll Director Mark DiCamillo stated the obvious, saying, “It’s a very poor showing.”
The top two Republican candidates split most of the Republican support, garnering 22 percent each.
Newsom, who is surrounded by controversy right now, still managed to get 52 percent.
The Governor had taken some major hits during the early days of the pandemic, especially for flouting his own rules.
He seems to have recovered from that, now presenting a difficult challenge for anyone to unseat him, let alone a moderate with only six percent support.
Source: New York Post