Quinnipiac University Poll: More Than Half Of California Voters Want Independent Review Of Santa Anita Deaths

by | 04.11.2019 | 6:27pm
Santa Anita grandstand

More than half of California voters want the state's governor to create an independent review panel to study the highly-publicized equine fatalities at Santa Anita Park. A poll from Quinnipiac University's Polling Institute released Thursday and examined a number of political topics on voters' minds, including the death penalty and sanctuary cities. Fifty-five percent of those polled said Gov. Gavin Newsom should appoint a panel to study the deaths; 35 percent did not support the idea.

Poll results show just 19 percent of voters had a “favorable opinion” of horse racing, while 20 percent had an unfavorable opinion of the sport. Fifty-nine percent had no opinion.

Though Connecticut's Quinnipiac University is a small private school, its polling center is frequently used as a legitimate barometer on public opinion by a number of national media outlets and is one of the larger academic polling centers with a workforce of 300.

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