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PPIC Statewide Survey

photo - Police Officer's Badge Black Californians Stand Out in Views of Police Treatment About one in five African Americans believe the police treat all racial and ethnic groups fairly, compared with half or more of whites, Asian Americans, and Latinos who believe this. Read More
photo - California State Capital Video: Californians and Their Government PPIC’s Dean Bonner and Mark Baldassare discuss new statewide survey findings on a potential gubernatorial recall election, state and federal COVID relief, immigration reform, and other topics. Read More
photo - Young Woman Standing in the Middle of a Crowded Street Half of Asian Americans Say Race Relations Have Worsened Californians’ views of race relations vary across racial/ethnic groups, with Asian Americans the most likely to say that race relations in the US are worse than they were a year ago. Read More
photo - Capitol Building, Sacramento, California Five Takeaways on the 2021 Governor’s Recall The PPIC Statewide Survey shows a deep partisan divide on removing Governor Newsom and highlights key factors likely to shape public support for a recall. Read More
photo - Handheld US Flag and People Standing in Line Comprehensive Immigration Reform Could Diversify California’s Electorate California is home to about a quarter of the nation’s 11 million undocumented immigrants. Federal reform that creates a pathway to citizenship would open the door to joining the electorate for millions of California residents. Read More
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