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1 Testimony: Californians and the Recall Process
2 PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government
3 PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and the Environment
4 New PPIC Survey Finds Recall of California Governor Gavin Newsom Still Falls Short of Majority; About Half of Likely Voters Do Not Currently Have a Choice for Replacement
5 Policy Brief: Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops
6 Statewide Survey: Californians and Their Government
7 PPIC Launches Redesigned Products and Website
8 Most Californians Oppose More Offshore Oil Drilling
9 Statewide Survey: Californians and the Environment
10 As the State Reopens, Some Californians Are Still Worried about COVID-19
11 Where Do Californians Stand on Abortion?
12 Are Voters in the Mood to Recall Their Governor?
13 Voter Enthusiasm Could Shape the Governor's Recall
14 Video: California's 2021 Recall Election
15 Video: Californians and Their Government
16 California's 2021 Recall Election
17 Are COVID Policies Affecting Approval Ratings?
18 Statewide Survey: Californians and Education
19 Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops
20 California's Politically Invisible
21 Californians Want Policies that Close the Gap between Rich and Poor
22 Video: A Conversation with Secretary of State Shirley Weber
23 Amid Recall, Less than Half View Either Party Favorably
24 Improving California's Automatic Voter Registration
25 Would a Party Endorsement Matter in the Recall?
26 Diversity & Inclusion at PPIC
27 Video: Californians and Education
28 Californians Support Protections for the LGBTQ+ Community
29 Who's Leaving California—and Who's Moving In?
30 New PPIC Survey Finds More Than Eight in Ten Say California Children Are Falling Behind Academically During the Pandemic
31 Six in Ten Californians See Racism as a Big Problem
32 Improving Career Education Pathways into California's Workforce
33 Drought, Water Supply Are Top Environmental Concerns in California
34 Video: Preparing for the Next Wildfire Season
35 Cassandra Pye Joins PPIC Board of Directors
36 Californians Continue to Favor Stricter Gun Laws
37 New Census Data Sheds Light on California's Changes
38 For California's Educational Data System, Public Support Will Be Key
39 Video: Immigrants in California
40 California redistricting: Community groups fight for diversity
41 California's Likely Voters
42 Commentary: How Better Data Can Help California Avoid a Drinking Water Crisis
43 Improving California's Water Market
44 Views of California's Economy Vary by Race and Income
45 Video: A Conversation with US Senator Alex Padilla
46 Building Capacity for Long-term Forest Stewardship
47 Policy Leader Lande Ajose to Head New Research Initiative
48 California's High Housing Costs Increase Poverty
49 CDE Today for October 8, 2021
50 Support for Black Lives Matter Remains High in California
51 California's Stalled Population Growth
52 Video: Reopening California—A Conversation with HHS Secretary Mark Ghaly
53 Video: Improving Career Education Pathways into California's Workforce
54 Local Communities Push State Redistricting Commission to Keep 'Ethnic Enclaves' Together
55 How Water Agencies Could Catalyze Headwater Forest Management
56 A New UC Tuition Policy Could Provide Predictability, but at a Cost
57 California Jails and COVID-19
58 Water Affordability
59 Groundwater and Urban Growth in the San Joaquin Valley
60 Managing Family Forests Is Key to Managing Wildfire
61 Helping California Schools Open Safely
62 California's New Baby Bust
63 Geography of College Readiness in California
64 A Conversation with Chief Justice of California Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye
65 Video: Advancing Ecosystem Restoration with Smarter Permitting
66 Commentary: An Equitable Recovery for California Requires Two Key Strategies
67 How Many Districts Have Been Providing In-person Instruction?
68 Reopening California: A Conversation with HHS Secretary Mark Ghaly
69 California's Housing Construction Picks Up Pace
70 Video: California's Safety Net in Recession and Recovery
71 The Past, Present, and Future of COVID-19 in California Prisons
72 Cultivating Optimism as Drought Cripples the Colorado River
73 Newsom gets strong ratings on schools, economy despite recall attacks
74 How the Expanded Child Tax Credit Reduces Child Poverty
75 Survey Shows Support, Opposition To Efforts To Reform Prop. 13 And Bring Back Affirmative Action
76 Latest poll shows 40% support Newsom recall
77 New poll shows support for state-funded immigrant healthcare
78 New Poll Finds Water Shortages, Drought are Californians' Biggest Environmental Concerns
79 Davis vs. Newsom: California recall election comparison
80 What’s the role of unions in the 21st century?
81 Poll: Newsom job approval plummeting as recall support grows
82 What's the role of unions in the 21st century?
83 6 in 10 Californians want to end single-family-only zoning near transit and jobs, poll says
84 Bubble Watch: Poll says 26% of Californians ‘seriously’ thinking of leaving
85 Despite favorable poll, Newsom faces recall test
86 Learning From California's Ambitious Climate Policy
87 Election day is coming; who are California's likely voters?
88 PPIC: A look at California's 'exclusive electorate'
89 Skelton: New poll shows strong public support for immigrant health care
90 Commentary: In the Battle of YIMBY versus NIMBY, Score One for the YIMBYs, but Will It Make a Difference?
91 Poll: Feinstein's job approval ratings remain underwater
92 Environment survey finds water supply, drought top Californians' concerns
93 Two-thirds of California voters say education is a 'very important' issue in governor's race, survey finds
94 Poll: Kids will be worse off than parents; rich-poor gap grows
95 Democrats seize momentum as California recall nears finish line | TheHill
96 California’s looming economic challenges
97 Poll: Californians don't want to reopen too quickly amid coronavirus
98 Pandemic restrictions will largely vanish this week. Politics? Or science?
99 Polling Shows Gov. Newsom is More Vulnerable Than He’d Like
100 It’s Not Just Covid: Recall Candidates Represent Markedly Different Choices on Health Care