Prop 32 is far and away the most expensive fight on California's November ballot - with more than 100 million dollars spent by the two sides combined. The measure would ban corporate and union campaign contributions; and ban automatic paycheck deductions for political purposes. Support for Prop 32 dropped four points from last month's poll to just 34 percent. Half of likely voters say they oppose it.
The Field Poll also asked voters about Prop 34, which would abolish the death penalty in California. Nearly a fifth of voters say they're undecided. But among those who have made up their minds, Prop 34 holds a 45-to-38 percent lead. That's a clear shift from last month, when the measure was trailing - but still below the 50 percent support it would need to pass.