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Field Poll: Clinton's Popularity Among Calif. Voters Slipping, Maintains Lead

John Locher / AP

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally, Monday, June 6, 2016, in Lynwood, Calif. Clinton has commitments from the number of delegates needed to become the Democratic Party’s presumptive nominee for president.

John Locher / AP

Drew Sandsor | Capital Public Radio

Hillary Clinton's popularity among California voters is slipping, though she continues to have a commanding lead according to the Field Poll

Clinton holds a 17-point lead over Donald Trump in the survey, but that's down from a 24 point advantage in July, just prior to the conventions.

The number of likely voters who have an unfavorable view of the former first lady has increase 10 points from the earlier poll. More California now view her unfavorably than favorably and 41 percent of respondents have a "very unfavorable" opinion of Clinton.

Trump has improved his image according to the poll, though 69 percent of those voters questioned hold a negative view of the GOP presidential nominee.

Clinton holds a six-to-one lead among African American voters, a three to one lead among latinos and a two to one advantage among Asian Americans.