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California’s Exclusive Electorate

The people who go to the polls in California are very different from those who do not—with significant implications for our state. View highlights from our latest research on California’s likely voters.
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Climate Change/Energy

Interactive image default Per Capita Urban Water Use: 1960-2010 This interactive map presents estimates of urban water use (in gallons per person per day) for the state's major hydrologic regions. Roll over each region for a summary of population and per capita water use for selected years since 1960.
Interactive image default California’s Water Quality Problems This interactive map shows where salts or other contaminants threaten native species, agricultural productivity, or drinking water are present in California's rivers.
Interactive image default A Multi-Purpose, Eco-Friendly Delta This interactive allows you to view descriptions of what each area might look like in a future eco-friendly Delta.
Interactive image default Delta Island Flooding (With Repairs) This animation depicts how the Delta may change over time as a result of levee failures from earthquakes and floods. Islands that lie below sea level will flood after levee failures (becoming blue). Islands with sufficiently high land and asset values are repaired each time they are flooded (becoming white again). Other islands remain flooded.
Interactive image default Delta Island Flooding (No Repairs) This animation depicts how the Delta may change over time as a result of levee failures from earthquakes and floods. Islands that lie below sea level will flood after levee failures (becoming blue). If islands are not repaired after flooding, the entire area is likely to be flooded by 2055.
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