With 1.3 percent of precincts reporting, opponents of the ballot outnumber supporters by a margin of 35.9% to 64.1%.
With 65% of precincts reporting, 54.6% were opposed to the measure and 45.4% were in support.
A gloom just fell over Yes on 37 campaign HQ--but the last polls were not pretty either.
Just one week ago, the USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll showed 44% in favor of the measure and 42% opposed, while a California Business Roundtable and the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy, suggested 50.5% of likely voters would vote against the ballot measure, and just 39.1% would support it. Those numbers were a far cry from the 3 to 1 support the ballot measure enjoyed early on.
Check back for full election results and reactions from both camps.