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photo - Vote 2020 Buttons Election Takeaways: California Voters Send Conflicting Signals Nearly 18 million Californians voted in the November 2020 election—an all-time high. PPIC’s Mark Baldassare discusses the final election results and what they say about Californians’ mindset and policy preferences in a year of unprecedented challenges. Read More
photo - Vote 2020 Buttons Californians and the November 2020 Election California’s likely voters are anxious about the troubling state of affairs in the nation and state, with COVID-19, the economy, and wildfires among their chief concerns. Read More
photo - Mail-in-Ballot Video: Assessing Proposition 15 David Goldberg of the California Teachers Association and Rachel Michelin of the California Retailers Association discuss arguments for and against a November ballot measure that would change tax assessment of commercial and industrial property, resulting in a “split roll” property tax. Read More
photo - Student at Desk Studying at Home Video: Californians and Education PPIC’s Mark Baldassare and Alyssa Dykman discuss a new statewide survey that examines a variety of education issues, including concerns about school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
photo - School Building Exterior School Funding, COVID-19, and the 2020 Election Year Although many Californians prioritize K-12 schools for state spending, a looming recession could dampen support for ballot measures for school funding. Read More
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