LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — More than half of all California voters say they have at least some level of concern about themselves or a family member being exposed to the Ebola virus, according to a poll released Friday.

The USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times survey found about 46 percent of voters statewide were “not at all worried” about Ebola exposure.

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Another 24 percent said they were “not too worried” about the virus, while 18 percent of Californians said they are “somewhat worried”, according to the survey.

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About 12 percent of voters said they were “very worried” about Ebola, the survey found.

More than half of Latino voters – 52 percent – said they were “not too worried” or “not at all worried” about being exposed to the virus, while 26 percent were “somewhat worried” and 22 percent were “very worried,” the poll found.

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