The March 3 primary election is right around the corner, but nearly 2 million California voters have already cast ballots. As these voters mail in their ballots, many are receiving an email to participate in a Capitol Weekly survey asking about their experience, who they voted for and why.
This survey, conducted since the beginning of the early voting period, has reached more than 7,500 voters, nearly 6,000 who participated in the Democratic presidential primary.
Note, they are not a group representative of the overall electorate. These are voters who consistently return their ballots early, and they are generally older, whiter and higher in socioeconomic status than the electorate at large.