California is home to nearly 11 million immigrants, accounting for a quarter of the foreign-born population in the US. PPIC’s research builds understanding of important immigration trends in California and key issues in immigration policy at the state and federal levels.
Publication Poverty in California July 30 2021 Nearly one in six Californians lack enough resources to meet basic needs. Altogether, more than a third of Californians are living in or near poverty.
Blog Post In El Dorado County, Early Preparation and Communication Were Key to the Return to School July 23 2021 We talked with Dr. Ed Manansala, superintendent of schools for El Dorado County, about how his mostly rural districts weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and handled the return to in-person instruction.
Blog Post Video: Immigrants in California July 22 2021 A new PPIC video provides an overview of immigration in California: it covers key facts, highlights important trends, and looks at Californians’ views on immigration reform.
Video Immigrants in California July 22 2021 This video provides an overview of immigration in California: it covers key facts, highlights important trends, and looks at Californians’ views on immigration reform.
Video Los Inmigrantes en California July 22 2021 Este video ofrece una descripción general de la inmigración en California: cubre hechos clave, destaca tendencias importantes y analiza las opiniones de los californianos sobre la reforma migratoria.