Voting Matters to Most Californians, but Many Don’t Show Up Dean Bonner, Rachel Lawler March 3 2020 In California, belief in the importance of voting in the 2020 elections is overwhelming, but the electorate needs to grow to fully represent the state’s diversity.
Video: Californians and Their Government Mary Severance February 27 2020 PPIC’s latest statewide survey looks at support for a school facilities bond, views on housing and homelessness, and the Democratic presidential primary race in California.
Electability Matters in the Democratic Primary Dean Bonner February 27 2020 Among likely voters in California’s Democratic presidential primary, electability appears to edge out positions on issues in choosing a candidate.
Concerns about Poverty and Income Inequality Are Running High Rachel Lawler, Lynette Ubois January 30 2020 Strong majorities across regions believe poverty is a problem, and two in three Californians say the gap between rich and poor is growing.
California’s Independent Voters and the Presidential Primary Alyssa Dykman January 15 2020 More than one in four registered voters are independents, accounting for the state’s second-largest voting bloc. What role might they play in California’s upcoming presidential primary?