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THE BALLOT PROPOSITIONS
Majorities favor the water bond and changes in crime sentencing. The rainy day fund has gained support, and the health insurance measure trails.
WORRIED ABOUT DROUGHT
A vast majority of Californians are following news of the drought closely, and most say state and local governments are not doing enough to respond.
MAKING COLLEGE ACCESSIBLE
Grant and scholarship aid is important in making college affordable to low-income students, but it has not kept pace with rising costs.
PREPARING FOR DISASTER
About half of Californians say they have an emergency supplies kit. Fewer have a definite plan in case of earthquake, flood, or other disaster.
YOUNG AND POOR
A quarter of California's children live in families without enough resources to make ends meet. Without the social safety net, there would be far more.
Californians' News and Information Sources
Disaster Perceptions and Preparedness
Making College Possible for Low-Income Students: Grant and Scholarship Aid in California
PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government
Voters More Optimistic, Less Engaged
Video Highlights Survey’s Election Findings
Drought Watch: What’s in Proposition 1?
A Cautionary Tale for Fiscal Reformers
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