According to a California Emerson College poll released this week, White House hopeful Kamala Harris has continued to plunge in the polls, falling to fifth place in her own home state of California.
Her competitors Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden are now tied for first place in California with 26 percent support each. Sen. Elizabeth Warren trails not far behind at 20 percent support. Andrew Yang came next at seven percent. Harris, however, dropped to fifth place with only six percent support.
Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke garnered five percent support in the state, with Mayor Pete Buttigieg at four percent and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard at three percent. The remaining candidates ranked at two percent or less.
“Senator Kamala Harris is in trouble in her home state,” concluded the Emerson Polling Director. Harris lost popularity ever since Gabbard dealt her a serious blow in the second Democrat presidential debate.