The Democratic Presidential Primary: What Do Californians Care About? Mark Baldassare December 6 2019 With California's primary less than three months away, voters most want to hear from the candidates on health care, the environment, jobs and the economy, and immigration.
Video: Poverty and Opportunity in California Steven Bliss October 25 2019 At an event in Sacramento, researcher Tess Thorman and an expert panel discuss the latest poverty figures and how public policy and community-based services can reduce economic hardship and broaden opportunity.
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.
Occupational Shifts Favor California’s High-Skill Workers Sergio Sanchez, Hans Johnson February 21 2018 Workers with at least a bachelor’s degree have prospered the most over the past several years.
Video: John Chiang’s Priorities February 6 2018 John Chiang, the state’s treasurer and candidate for governor, says his top priorities are education, housing, and a group of issues he calls “absolutely critical in everybody’s life:” jobs, climate change, and health care.