Dean Borner a research associate in his interview on YouTube asserts that party affiliations of the voters are in contrast depending on racial and ethical groupings. Voters in these parties widely differ on ideologies, race, and age groups including genders-a factor that has widely grown in the fight against the gubernatorial seats. Borner adds that among the likely voters, majority are likely to be the Democrats, closely followed by the Republicans with the Independents remaining unsure of where to cast here ballots. The survey agrees with this view stating that likely voters are anticipated to be older, more affluent and educated with their nationalities being Americans.
With all this factors in consideration, it is imperative to note that irrespective of the voter’s affiliations and Democrats perceived as winning the gubernatorial elections, there would be some effects on the outcome. It is quite clear that the state would lack a full representation of voters from other ethnicities who also have an opportunity to vote but are handicapped by factors that define a voter’s affiliation to a party such as nationality, wealth, age and race among others. Voting is like playing dice.
Seven PPIC Statewide Surveys from September 2013 to July 2014, including 7,525 likely voters. California Secretary of State, Report of Registration, February 2014. U.S. Census, 2010–12 American Community Survey.
Seven PPIC Statewide Surveys from September 2013 to July 2014, including 7,525 likely voters, 2,292 infrequent voters, and 2,007 unregistered adults. California Secretary of State, Report of Registration, February 2014. U.S. Census, 2010–12 American Community