In California, median household net worth is almost four times higher for adults with at least a bachelor’s degree ($356,000) than for high school graduates ($95,000).
California ranks second among all states in net gains of college graduates from other states, even as it ranks first in net losses of less educated adults.
The state’s new attorney general, Xavier Becerra, is at the forefront of legal battles with Washington. Before a large crowd in Sacramento, Becerra talked about his strategy.
Californians have grown more pessimistic about the direction of the nation since the beginning of the year, the May PPIC Statewide Survey shows.
Californians’ participation in elections has declined, but there is now a fresh opportunity to engage them.
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