Unfavorable Ratings for Political Parties Persist among Californians Rachel Lawler January 10 2020 Less than half of Californians hold favorable views of the Democratic or Republican parties, and a majority say a third major party is needed.
Approval Ratings in a Hyper-Partisan Era Mark Baldassare October 23 2019 Governor Newsom and President Trump both have had steady job approval ratings among Californians this year, but views are deeply divided along partisan lines.
The Mood of California Voters and the 2020 Election Cycle Mark Baldassare October 4 2019 Anxiety among likely voters is noteworthy for its far-reaching implications in the March primary and the November election.
Californians Deeply Divided on Leaders—But Show Signs of Optimism Dean Bonner March 11 2019 PPIC’s latest statewide survey shows that while Californians are divided along partisan lines in their opinions of Governor Newsom and President Trump, they are optimistic that Americans of different political views can come together and work out their differences.
What Approval Ratings Say about Jerry Brown’s Legacy Mark Baldassare December 17 2018 One of Jerry Brown's most important legacies as governor of California is the role he played in restoring the public's confidence in state government.