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Poverty in California

By Sarah Bohn, Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon

This year's California Poverty Measure estimates describe poverty in 2019—using the most up-to-date data available—and so do not cover the economic impact ...

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Immigrants in California

By Hans Johnson, Cesar Alesi Perez, Marisol Cuellar Mejia

In the 1990s, California's immigrant population grew by 2.4 million people, a 37% increase. But in the first decade of the 2000s, growth slowed to 15% (1.3 ...

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Health Care Reform in California

By Shannon McConville

The pandemic may not have increased California's uninsured rate. While we still do not know the exact impact of the pandemic on health coverage, ...

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Immigrants and Education in California

By Hans Johnson, Cesar Alesi Perez, Marisol Cuellar Mejia

Educational attainment among California's recent immigrants has risen markedly. Immigrants now make up 31% of California workers with at least a bachelor's ...

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Immigrants and Health in California

By Paulette Cha

May 12, 2021 ... Immigrants and their families have limited health care coverage, even as many face disproportionate health risks, especially during the ...

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California’s Population

By Hans Johnson, Eric McGhee, Marisol Cuellar Mejia

One in eight US residents lives in California. · Domestic migration out of California has accelerated. · More than 10 million Californians are immigrants.


Counting California: Challenges for the 2020 Census

By Sarah Bohn, Eric McGhee, Lynette Ubois

Because California's population growth has slowed, the state might lose a seat in the House of Representatives even if Census 2020 is conducted well (Figure 1).

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Geography of College Readiness in California

By Cesar Alesi Perez, Hans Johnson, Vicki Hsieh, Niu Gao

Jun 29, 2021 ... In California, high school students planning to attend California State University or the University of California must complete college ...

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Millennial Voters and California Politics

By Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Alyssa Dykman, Rachel Lawler

Millennials are less likely to register and vote than older Californians. Millennials (ages 23–38), generation Xers (ages 39–54), and baby boomers (ages ...

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The DACA Ruling and California’s Dreamers

By Joseph Hayes, Laura Hill

Jun 19, 2020 ... On June 16, the US Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration cannot immediately end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ...