PPIC Statewide Survey
Racial Disparities in COVID-19 Mortality Daniel Tan, Paulette Cha June 22 2020 The intersection of social and economic inequities put African Americans at greater risk than other Californians of dying from the coronavirus.
The DACA Ruling and California’s Dreamers Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill June 19 2020 What does this week’s US Supreme Court ruling mean for the nearly 200,000 DACA recipients in California?
Trump’s Handling of COVID-19 Is Creating Headwinds for November Mark Baldassare June 18 2020 Widespread disapproval in California of the president’s handling of the pandemic could pose a challenge in this year’s election—for him as well as for some Republican House candidates.
Video: Californians and Their Government Mary Severance June 8 2020 PPIC’s Mark Baldassare and Rachel Lawler discuss a new statewide survey that examines Californians’ views on the coronavirus pandemic, state and federal leaders, and a range of other topics.
Views of Police Treatment Vary Widely By Race/Ethnicity Mark Baldassare, Rachel Lawler, Lynette Ubois June 2 2020 PPIC’s February survey showed that while most Californians believe local police typically treat all racial and ethnic groups fairly, African Americans are far less likely than others to hold this view.