PPIC Statewide Survey
Changing Views of Police and Race Relations Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler September 22 2020 Californians’ views on police treatment and race relations have shifted in the wake of nationwide protests over police brutality and systemic racism, but perspectives vary by race/ethnicity, political affiliation, region, and other factors.
Voter Registration Is Up Sharply, as Is Partisanship Dean Bonner August 27 2020 The share of Californians registered to vote has jumped since 2000, and registrants in the two major political parties have grown more polarized in their views.
Video: Californians and the Environment Mary Severance August 6 2020 PPIC’s Mark Baldassare and Alyssa Dykman discuss a new statewide survey that examines Californians’ views on climate change, energy policy, and other environmental issues, as well as on the COVID-19 outbreak and racial inequity.
Race and Ethnicity Matter in Californians’ Views on Environmental Disparities Alyssa Dykman August 5 2020 Communities of color are more concerned about environmental hazards than whites—and more willing to make lifestyle changes to address global warming.
Widespread Worry, Racial/Ethnic Disparities as COVID-19 Surges Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler July 31 2020 As the number of coronavirus cases in California continues to rise, health and financial concerns are especially high among Latino residents.