With the parties’ conventions over and Election Day just weeks away, President Barack Obama has a three-point edge over Republican Mitt Romney among likely voters nationwide in the latest CBS News/New York Times poll.
Californians are divided over Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act according to a new poll conducted for CBS 5.
With five days remaining until the deadline for voting, Proposition 29 may pass narrowly or may not pass, according to a new KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll released Thursday.
A new poll shows 50 percent of California voters don’t want marijuana legalized for recreational use, along with overwhelming support for doctor-recommended use of pot for the severely ill.
San Francisco State Senator Mark Leno is more and more optimistic that his bill, which would reduce punishment for possession of small amounts of drugs, including heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine, will pass the full state senate when it is voted on next week.
A new survey shows that California’s millennials, the generation of adults between the ages of 18 and 29, are feeling good about the state and optimistic for their future.
A new poll finds that three out of four Oakland voters think Mayor Jean Quan is doing a poor or only fair job. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they want her to be recalled.
The Public Policy Institute of California survey found that 54 percent of likely voters are inclined to vote yes on the proposed tax hike, which has two months to qualify for the ballot, while 39 percent are opposed.
As Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum dropped out of the race on Tuesday, a new KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll showed President Barack Obama holding a lead by a margin of 2-1 among California voters over Mitt Romney, who is now the likely GOP nominee.
A majority of San Franciscans want prosecutors to seek the death penalty against Binh Thai Luc, a Vietnam native accused of murdering five people inside a home in the city’s Ingleside neighborhood, according to a KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll.