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PPIC Statewide Survey

The PPIC Statewide Survey provides a voice for the public and likely voters—informing policymakers, encouraging discussion and raising awareness on critical issues.

Crosstabs from the Latest Survey (PDF)

Time Trends from the Latest Survey (PDF)

Featured Blog Post · February 7, 2023

Californians Prioritize Controlling Gun Ownership

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Fact Cards

2 in 3 Californians support the state making its own policies to address climate change.
71% Percentage of Californians who think the gap between rich and poor is growing in their part of the state.
66% Most California adults favor providing health care to undocumented immigrants.
39% Share of Californians who say racism is a big problem in the US today.
94% Most Californians say housing affordability is a problem in their part of the state.
Democrats are the largest block of registered voters by party.
About 3 in 10 Californians think that when today’s children grow up, they will be worse off financially than their parents.
Nearly 3 in 4 Californians think laws for the sale of guns should be stricter.
69% Most Californians believe the effects of climate change have already begun.
6 in 10 Californians feel teacher salaries are too low.
45% The share of Californians who say they’ve done a lot to reduce water use.