Tax Day: Californians Feel Overburdened Alyssa Dykman April 17 2018 Tax day is here, and Californians are feeling particularly burdened.
Video: Californians and Education Susan Gluss April 16 2018 A strong majority of adults and public school parents in California are concerned about school shootings, but they're deeply divided along partisan lines about arming teachers and school officials.
The PPIC Statewide Survey: Reflections at the 20th Anniversary Mark Baldassare, Abby Cook April 13 2018 Attitudes of Californians have evolved on key issues over the years. PPIC’s polling has also changed, but its high standards and commitment to delivering accurate, independent, nonpartisan information has not.
The Gender Gap in California Politics Dean Bonner April 5 2018 Since 2014, support for Democratic candidates among female likely voters in California has surged. Will women voters make a pivotal difference in midterm elections?
California’s Immigrants and the 2018 Election Context Mark Baldassare March 30 2018 With immigration playing a lead role in today’s polarized political discussions, will California’s immigrants have an impact in the 2018 election?