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Poverty in California

By Caroline Danielson, Patricia Malagon, Sarah Bohn

Oct 26, 2022 ... Poverty rates fell during the pandemic—especially for children—but a considerable share of Californians still live near or under the poverty ...

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Making Sense of California’s Economy

By Sarah Bohn, Marisol Cuellar Mejia, Julien Lafortune, Vicki Hsieh

... lower-income, and nonwhite residents—without the meaningful opportunity to own a home, a vital path to wealth creation for earlier generations.

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The Politics of Leaving California

By Eric McGhee, Hans Johnson

Oct 17, 2022 ... ... away wealthy Californians with more conservative views on taxes. ... play a bigger role than tax rates that mostly affect the wealthy.

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Financing California’s Public Schools

By Julien Lafortune, Joseph Herrera

... for local matching funds, on average, SFP funding for modernization slightly worsens gaps by district property wealth, student income, and student race.

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The Role of CalFresh in Stabilizing Family Incomes

By Caroline Danielson, Tess Thorman

Sep 30, 2022 ...Wealth, Race, and Consumption Smoothing of Typical Income Shocks.” University of Chicago, Becker Friedman Institute for Economics Working ...

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California’s Evolving Economy

By Sarah Bohn

Sep 6, 2022 ... In each case, new realities intersect with long-standing economic challenges in California, such as the high cost of living, growing inequality, ...

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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.

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California Voter and Party Profiles

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

About 47% of registered voters are Democrats, 24% are Republicans, and 23% are independents. Most independent likely voters lean toward a major party.