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Topic - Mark Baldassare
"The percentage of Californians saying that water supply is a big problem in their region has reached a new high," pollster Mark Baldassare said in a statement. "Nearly all state residents say that they are doing something to reduce water use as a response to this historic drought."
"Brown began campaigning in earnest," he said, "and there has certainly been a number of opportunities [in debates] for the voters to hear from the two candidates, to compare and contrast."