[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.l.cnn.net/cnn/2008/POLITICS/01/14/california.poll/art.california.surfer.gi.jpg caption="While Californians may have no doubts about surfing, they are indecisive when it comes to the Republican candidates."](CNN) - California is the biggest prize on "Super Tuesday," with 540 delegates in both parties at stake. But with just more than three weeks until the February 5 primary, a poll suggests the front-runner in California, at least among Republicans, appears to be indecision.
A CNN/Los Angeles Times/Politico poll released Monday indicates 61 percent of likely Republican primary voters have yet to make up their minds. Thirty-nine percent of those polled said their vote is certain.
The numbers are the opposite for likely Democratic primary voters, with 62 percent of those polled certain on their choice and 38 percent indicating they may vote for someone else.