|Date:||December 17, 2009|
|Location:||CSAC Conference Center|
|1020 11th Street, 2nd Floor|
The December PPIC Statewide Survey takes place as California’s 2010 gubernatorial race is beginning to take shape and as many initiative measures circulate for ballot qualification. The survey focuses on likely voters’ preferences for gubernatorial candidates, satisfaction with candidate choices, and the importance of issues that may be on election ballots next year.
The survey also asks Californians about their overall mood and outlook for California and the country, about the state’s economy and budget situation, and about regional water supplies and the importance of passing a state water bond. The survey further looks at national issues, including attitudes toward federal policies on the economy, health care reform, and Afghanistan.