On March 19, the California Secretary of State released a new registration tally, the first since October 2020. See it here. Percentages are: Democratic 46.17%; Republican 24.14%; American Independent 3.07%; Libertarian .92%; Peace & Freedom .48%; Green .39%; unknown .56%; independent and miscellaneous 24.28%.
In October 2020, the percentages were: Democratic 46.13%; Republican 24.19%; American Independent 2.93%; Libertarian .89%; Peace & Freedom .47%; Green .38%; unknown .50%; independent and miscellaneous 24.51%.
The new tally measures voter registration as it was in February 2021. The Peoples Party had asked to have its registration tallied only ten days before the date of the new tally, so it has its first total, but it is very low because it had just got started. The new report shows that the Peoples Party has 332 registrants. It needs approximately 73,000 registrants to become qualified. The Common Sense Party has 8,222; the American Solidarity Party has 117; the California National Party has 425.