The PPIC Statewide Survey: Reflections at the 20th Anniversary Mark Baldassare, Abby Cook April 13 2018 Attitudes of Californians have evolved on key issues over the years. PPIC’s polling has also changed, but its high standards and commitment to delivering accurate, independent, nonpartisan information has not.
California’s Immigrants and the 2018 Election Context Mark Baldassare March 30 2018 With immigration playing a lead role in today’s polarized political discussions, will California’s immigrants have an impact in the 2018 election?
Immigrants Are Key to the State’s High-Skilled Workforce Hans Johnson, Marisol Cuellar Mejia February 3 2017 Immigrants now make up a substantial share of California’s highly educated workers.
Health Care Reform: Leaders Discuss Next Steps David Lesher May 20 2014 At a PPIC event in Sacramento, a panel of experts credited health care reform for successfully expanding coverage to more than three million people in California, but they said the overhaul of the health system will take years to achieve.
The Uninsured and the Safety Net Shannon McConville April 8 2014 Open enrollment has ended, and projections suggest about 4 million Californians will still lack health insurance. They will continue to rely on county programs and safety net providers, such as health clinics and emergency departments.