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Who Is the California Voter?

By Stephanie Barton

Nov 8, 2022 ... Nonvoters, on the other hand, are more likely to be younger, Latino, lower income, less educated, and renters.

Fact Sheet

California’s Likely Voters

By Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Rachel Lawler, Deja Thomas

More than eight in ten eligible Californians are registered to vote—one of the highest registration rates on record for a primary election year.

Statewide Survey

PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government

By Mark Baldassare, Dean Bonner, Rachel Lawler, Deja Thomas

Sep 14, 2021 ... Key findings include: A majority of likely voters say they will vote no on removing Governor Newsom; about half do not favor any replacement ...

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Election Day and California’s Future

By Mark Baldassare

Nov 3, 2020 ... ... this may help to close the significant gaps in age, income, and race/ethnicity between voters and nonvoters long noted in PPIC reports.


California’s Political Geography 2020

By Eric McGhee

If voters and nonvoters had the same lean, the points would cluster around the diagonal line in the figure. Instead, they fall in a more Democratic direction on ...


California’s Future: Political Landscape

By Eric McGhee, Dean Bonner

Most Californians support Democratic policies, but one-party control carries risks—and the demographic differences between voters and nonvoters reflect a ...

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Californians and the 2020 Election

By Mark Baldassare

Sep 17, 2019 ... PPIC president and CEO Mark Baldassare discusses some key differences between the state's voters and nonvoters--and what this means for the ...


California’s Exclusive Electorate

Voters and nonvoters are on opposite sides of a growing economic and political divide. Likely voters. Nonvoters. Chart. Income $60k or more.