The Quinnipiac University poll found Harris out front with 38 percent of likely primary voters, but the big question mark is still undecided voters.
With less than a week until the primary, 24 percent of likely voters say they still haven’t made up their mind, and nearly half of those who did choose say they might change their minds.
“The question is, what are the undecided voters going to do?" said Peter Brown from Quinnipiac University. "They may not vote. If they don’t vote, then presumably Harris will hold on and win. If they were all to vote and vote for one of her opponents, then she would be in trouble.”
The poll was conducted during the week of August 23 through 28. It has a margin of error of +/- 5.5.
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