But according to a poll released Wednesday night, fewer than a third of likely voters say they favor that idea.
209 prohibits preferential treatment on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in public employment, public education and public contracting.
Twice as many white voters oppose as favor the measure, and Latinos were evenly divided at 41% for and against, with 18% undecided.
Most voters under 45, most of whom were too young to vote in 1996, oppose Prop.
He said when in doubt, voters tend to vote no, and it’s unclear whether voters, many of whom may not remember Prop.