Video: Californians and the Environment Mary Severance August 6 2020 PPIC’s Mark Baldassare and Alyssa Dykman discuss a new statewide survey that examines Californians’ views on climate change, energy policy, and other environmental issues, as well as on the COVID-19 outbreak and racial inequity.
Race and Ethnicity Matter in Californians’ Views on Environmental Disparities Alyssa Dykman August 5 2020 Communities of color are more concerned about environmental hazards than whites—and more willing to make lifestyle changes to address global warming.
Democrats View Environmental Policy as Critical in Upcoming Primary Alyssa Dykman August 22 2019 With California’s presidential primary a little more than six months away, climate change is emerging as a defining issue for voters in 2020.
Video: Californians and the Environment Mary Severance August 6 2019 PPIC’s latest statewide survey examines Californians’ views on global warming and its effects, state and federal policies to address climate change, and the role of environmental issues in the 2020 presidential election.
Strong Support for California’s Climate Leadership Mark Baldassare September 11 2018 Majorities of Californians say that the issue of global warming is personally important to them and support state action on the issue.