PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Education
Key findings from the current survey:
- Californians are concerned about the threat of a mass shooting in their local schools, but a majority oppose arming more teachers and school officials.
- Majorities are concerned about the impact of immigration enforcement on undocumented students in local public schools and their families.
- Six in ten Californians think state funding for schools is inadequate—most support changing the way commercial property taxes are assessed and directing part of the resulting revenue to K–12 education.