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A New Reality for Federal Flood Insurance

By Lori Pottinger

Flood damages have been rising, pushing the federal flood insurance program into unsustainable debt. We talked to expert Carolyn Kousky about changes coming to the program.

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Californians and the 2020 Census

By Sarah Bohn, Joseph Hayes, Tess Thorman

Large segments of California’s population are at risk of being undercounted in the 2020 Census—which could affect the state’s congressional seats and billions of dollars in federal funding.

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Video: Californians and Their Government

By Steven Bliss

Californians overwhelmingly support Governor Newsom's budget proposal, including spending for education and health and human services, and most are optimistic about the direction of their state.

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PPIC Turns 25

By Mark Baldassare

Through recessions, earthquakes, drought, a gubernatorial recall, and a "blue wave"—PPIC has provided objective, nonpartisan, evidence-based research to California policymakers and the public for 25 years.

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Video: Californians and Their Government

By Mary Severance

Most Californians say universal health coverage and free community college should be top priorities for the new governor, according to the latest PPIC Statewide Survey.


Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government

PPIC’s latest survey looks at Californians’ views of the post-election landscape, including opinions on the new Congress, the state’s fiscal and policy priorities, income inequality, and immigration. In addition to tracking approval of state and federal leaders, the survey examines perceptions of Governor-Elect Newsom’s plans for California. PPIC researcher Dean Bonner will outline these and other key findings.

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