Where California Stands with Women in the Legislature Jennifer Paluch November 19 2020 Following the 2020 election, women will account for about one-third of California’s state legislators—as they did before the election. This is a smaller share than in neighboring states.
Covering the Real Costs of College Kevin Cook December 11 2019 With many students struggling to afford California’s high cost of living, state policymakers have sought to reform financial aid programs to address the full cost of attending college.
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.
A Coordinating Council for Higher Education Paul Warren March 14 2019 If properly designed, a new coordinating body could help ensure that California's system of public colleges and universities is meeting students' needs and achieving the state's long-term goals.
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.