Are Californians Prepared for the Next Natural Disaster? Alyssa Dykman October 17 2019 Although a solid majority of Californians are concerned about the impact of a natural disaster, less than one-third say they are very knowledgeable about how to prepare for one.
Video: Broadening Access to Transfer-Level Courses at California’s Community Colleges Lynette Ubois October 16 2019 At an event in Sacramento, researcher Marisol Cuellar Mejia and an expert panel discuss a new PPIC report on how large-scale placement and curricular reforms at community colleges are increasing student success.
Waning Confidence in the Electoral Process Rachel Lawler October 15 2019 As California heads into an especially important election year, residents’ confidence in the state’s electoral system has declined substantially from prior years.
New Laws Help Prepare Communities for Wildfire Henry McCann October 14 2019 New laws will help make communities more resilient to wildfire, including efforts to improve prevention, response, and mitigation.
Video: Californians and Their Government Mary Severance October 8 2019 PPIC’s latest statewide survey looks at the 2020 Democratic presidential primary in California as well as residents’ views on the general direction of the state, the performance of federal and state elected officials, and other timely issues.