Immigrants in California
Video: Californians and Their Government Mary Severance October 8 2019 PPIC’s latest statewide survey looks at the 2020 Democratic presidential primary in California as well as residents’ views on the general direction of the state, the performance of federal and state elected officials, and other timely issues.
Motivating Californians to Fill Out the 2020 Census Joseph Hayes July 24 2019 New US Census Bureau research shows that awareness of the potential community benefits, and other factors, can improve participation in the upcoming census.
Interview: Citizenship and the 2020 Census Vicki Hsieh, Eric McGhee June 27 2019 With the Supreme Court blocking the Trump administration’s plans to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census, PPIC researcher Eric McGhee discusses what the decision means for California.
Video: Mobilizing the Inland Empire for the Census—and for the Future Mary Severance June 19 2019 At an event co-hosted by PPIC and the University of California, Riverside’s Center for Social Innovation, an expert panel discusses the Inland Empire’s community outreach approach for the 2020 Census and how the region aims to build this capacity for the long term.
Skills-based Immigration and California’s Workforce Joseph Hayes June 17 2019 The immigration plan recently announced by the White House prioritizes immigrants with higher levels of education. What might this mean for California immigration overall and for the state’s workforce?