Are Californians Prepared for the Next Natural Disaster? Alyssa Dykman October 17 2019 Although a solid majority of Californians are concerned about the impact of a natural disaster, less than one-third say they are very knowledgeable about how to prepare for one.
New Laws Help Prepare Communities for Wildfire Henry McCann October 14 2019 New laws will help make communities more resilient to wildfire, including efforts to improve prevention, response, and mitigation.
The Mood of California Voters and the 2020 Election Cycle Mark Baldassare October 4 2019 Anxiety among likely voters is noteworthy for its far-reaching implications in the March primary and the November election.
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.
Record-High Share of Californians Worried about Climate-Fueled Wildfires Alyssa Dykman, Gokce Sencan August 5 2019 After two years of deadly fires, the PPIC survey finds a big jump in concern over wildfires becoming more severe as a result of global warming.