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Video: Two Years of COVID in California

By Ashlyn Perri

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, PPIC has provided insights on the far-reaching impact of the pandemic. Two years in, we reflect on what COVID-19 has meant for California—and how it has reshaped our lives.

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How Did the Pandemic Transform California’s Safety Net?

By Caroline Danielson

Government investments and service innovations reduced the economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. The impact of these approaches can inform safety net policy beyond the pandemic.

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Health in California Two Years into the Pandemic

By Shannon McConville, Paulette Cha

The COVID-19 pandemic not only highlighted longstanding health disparities in our state but also underscored the importance of health coverage and access to care.

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How Have Californians Viewed the Pandemic?

By Dean Bonner

In the first post in a blog series reflecting on two years of COVID-19 in California, we discuss public opinion on the pandemic as it unfolded—including how views vary across different groups and regions.

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A Snapshot of Homeless Californians in Shelters

By Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Hans Johnson, Joseph Herrera

During the COVID-19 pandemic, California deployed significant resources to shelter people experiencing homelessness. Recently released data offer a first look at the impact of these efforts.

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Video: Californians and Their Government

By Vicki Hsieh

PPIC researchers Deja Thomas and Dean Bonner discuss key takeaways from our latest statewide survey, including findings on COVID-19, the economy, crime, the current political environment, and other topics.

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Video: A Conversation with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

By Mary Severance

Mayor Garcetti talks with PPIC’s Lande Ajose about key challenges facing California and its largest city—including infrastructure, housing and homelessness, and climate change—and how state and local leaders can help create a more prosperous, equitable, and sustainable future.

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Most Californians Favor Newsom’s Budget Proposal

By Rachel Lawler

The governor’s proposed state budget has the support of a solid majority of Californians as does the COVID-19 Emergency Response Package included in his spending plan.

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