Geographic Variation in Poverty across California Tess Thorman August 14 2018 Poverty in California varies dramatically by region. PPIC's new interactive maps show these disparities across counties and US congressional, state senate, and state assembly districts.
Video: 2020 Census: Why Is the Citizenship Question Such a Big Deal? Eric McGhee August 7 2018 The addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census has sparked controversy. PPIC’s Eric McGhee explains why.
2020 Census: Where Are California’s Hard-to-Count Communities? Vicki Hsieh, Tess Thorman August 1 2018 The 2020 Census is closer than you think. PPIC’s new interactive maps highlight hard-to-count communities across the state and why they are hard to reach.
Video: Californians and the Environment Mary Severance July 30 2018 Nearly all California likely voters say the candidates’ positions on the environment are important in determining their vote in the governor’s race, according to the July 2018 PPIC Statewide Survey.
Nearly Half of the Working Poor Are Working Full Time and Year Round Caroline Danielson, Sarah Bohn July 25 2018 Many poor Californians are employed full time—the number of hours worked does matter, but poverty is also driven by factors such as the cost of living and the level of access to safety net resources.