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Fact Cards

2 in 3 Share of Californians who say the tone of political debate in the US has become less fact-based.
About half of Californians say the cost of housing is a financial strain on them and their families.
21% Californians who say they or a family member has experienced housing insecurity or homelessness.
77% Most Californians say housing affordability is a problem in their part of the state.
About 7 in 10 Californians think that when today’s children grow up, they will be worse off financially than their parents.
37% Share of Californians who say racism is a big problem in the US today.
Nearly two-thirds of Californians worry about a mass shooting happening in the area where they live.
About 2 in 3 Californians support the state making its own policies to address climate change.
70% Percentage of Californians who think the gap between rich and poor is growing in their part of the state.
55% Most California adults favor providing health care to undocumented immigrants.
Nearly 3 in 4 Californians think laws for the sale of guns should be stricter.
64% Most Californians believe the effects of climate change have already begun.
About 6 in 10 Californians feel teacher salaries are too low.