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California Counts August 2016 Survey of Californians

TOPLINE California Counts Survey Cross tabulation Report

The survey field dates were August 15-24, yielding 915 completed surveys and 44
partially completed surveys. We also mailed 42 surveys to panelists who do not
have access to the internet, but we have not received and incorporated those
survey responses yet. The margin of error for the distribution of responses on any
individual survey item is equal to or less than +/- four percentage points.

CNTS3/CNTS4 us_senator_candidate + us_senator_lean


In the November election for United States Senator, both candidates in the runoff
are Democrats. If the election were being held today, would you vote for
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, Attorney General Kamala Harris, someone else, or
are you undecided?
Do you lean more towards Loretta Sanchez or Kamala Harris? [IF CNTS3=3 or 8]
[COMBINED]
19% Loretta Sanchez (1)
51
Kamala Harris (2)
6
Someone else (3)
25
Don't Know/Undecided (8)
Party ID
Sanchez
Harris
Someone Else
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

19
63
0
17

28
57
7
9

17
33
14
36

13
58
7
22

14
75
0
11

33
33
5
29

11
58
5
26

Income

Sanchez
Harris
Someone Else
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

19
48
5
29

19
34
5
42

25
45
6
24

14
62
6
18

15
52
3
30

21
47
8
23

20
57
6
18

26
44
6
24

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

18
32
5
45

29
51
2
17

20
43
5
32

16
62
5
18

14
54
12
21

20
51
7
22

18
50
5
27

Age
Sanchez
Harris
Someone Else
Undecided

Gender

Now we would like to get your opinion on several of the propositions that have
qualified for the ballot this November.
CNTS5/6 prop64_legalize/prop64_vote_leantowards
Proposition 641 proposes a law that would legalize marijuana and hemp in California
law and enact certain sales and cultivation taxes. If the election were being help
today, would you vote 'YES' to legalize marijuana or 'NO' to make no changes to the
existing laws on marijuana?
Do you lean more towards voting YES, to legalize marijuana, or NO, to make no
changes to existing laws on marijuana? [IF CNTS5=8]
[COMBINED]
26% No (0)
71
Yes (1)
3
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
No
Yes
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

17
80
3

26
72
2

45
53
1

34
62
4

26
68
6

18
81
1

23
76
0

Income

No
Yes
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

24
75
0

29
70
0

27
70
3

27
70
3

24
74
1

24
72
4

35
64
2

24
73
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

16
84
0

14
88
0

28
70
2

23
74
3

45
50
5

24
72
4

28
70
1

Age
No
Yes
Undecided

Gender

1 Respondents to the marijuana legalization ballot measure were erroneously asked about Proposition
65, although the actual ballot measure is Proposition 64. Respondents have been re-contacted so that
they are aware of our error. The authors of the survey are confident this error does not affect the
accuracy of the results.

CNTS7/8 -- prop63_regulation/prop63_vote_leantowards
Proposition 63 deals with the regulation of guns and ammunition. It would prohibit
the possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines and require individuals to
pass a background check before purchasing ammunition. If the election were being
held today, would you vote 'YES' to prohibit large-capacity magazines for guns and
require background checks on ammunition purchases, or 'NO' to make no changes
to existing laws on ammunition purchases?
CNTS8 Do you lean more towards voting YES, to limit purchases of high capacity
magazines and require background checks on ammunition purchases, or NO, to
make no changes to existing laws on ammunition purchases? [IF CNTS7=8]
[COMBINED]
22% No (0)
77
Yes (1)
2
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
No
Yes
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

5
93
1

35
62
2

39
60
1

21
77
2

7
93
0

25
74
2

19
80
2

Income

No
Yes
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

22
75
3

24
76
0

23
76
2

19
79
1

24
74
2

23
76
1

21
77
2

13
86
1

Age
No
Yes
Undecided

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

28
70
1

15
83
2

25
73
2

23
76
1

16
82
2

32
65
3

13
86
1

CNTS9/10 prop57_paroleopportunities/prop57_vote_leantowards
Proposition 57 would change criminal sentencing laws to increase parole
opportunities for felons convicted of nonviolent crimes and give them more chances
to earn credits for good behavior. If the election were being held today, would you
vote 'YES' to make changes to parole laws for convicted felons, or 'NO' to make no
changes to the current law?
Do you lean more towards voting YES, to make changes to parole chances for
convicted felons, or NO, to make no changes to the current law? [IF CNTS9=8]
[COMBINED]
21% No (0)
72
Yes (1)
7
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
No
Yes
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

16
80
5

11
69
20

39
56
6

24
70
6

12
77
12

21
72
7

17
74
1

Income

No
Yes
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

14
74
12

32
65
3

23
73
5

21
72
8

20
69
12

20
75
5

26
70
5

23
75
2

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

24
72
4

11
87
2

30
67
4

14
73
14

28
65
8

23
70
7

20
73
7

Age
No
Yes
Undecided

Gender

CNTS11 trump_buildwall
To what extent do you favor or oppose Donald Trumps plan to build a wall along the
Mexican border?
18% Strongly Favor (1)
10
Somewhat Favor (2)
10
Somewhat Oppose (3)
55
Strongly Oppose (4)
7
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

6
8
6
77
3

9
5
19
46
20

42
12
12
30
4

16
15
6
55
9

13
5
17
64
1

22
8
17
49
4

18
5
7
64
6

Income

Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

10
13
14
54
9

38
2
3
50
7

17
14
9
54
6

16
9
11
59
6

20
11
9
51
10

19
10
10
55
6

16
10
12
57
4

10
14
9
64
4

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

17
5
6
70
1

15
12
11
55
6

24
9
7
52
9

13
12
13
55
8

19
12
11
54
3

23
11
10
49
9

15
10
10
60
5

Age
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Gender

CNTS12 clinton_paidfamilyleave
To what extent do you favor or oppose Hillary Clintons plan to guarantee paid
family leave for up to 12 weeks, paid for by increasing taxes on the wealthy?
37% Strongly Favor (1)
30
Somewhat Favor (2)
9
Somewhat Oppose (3)
18
Strongly Oppose (4)
5
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

53
35
5
4
5

46
34
2
12
7

13
21
22
40
4

30
27
14
22
7

35
43
3
13
7

44
37
4
13
2

44
24
8
19
6

Income

Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

43
21
2
22
12

50
32
2
8
8

33
32
11
20
4

33
33
13
18
3

39
29
8
18
7

39
26
10
22
5

35
34
8
17
5

33
40
12
14
2

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

21
61
5
7
6

50
33
3
9
5

48
22
6
18
6

36
32
13
14
4

18
24
15
38
5

38
31
11
16
4

37
30
8
20
6

Age
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Gender

CNTS13 trump_tempbancountries
To what extent do you favor or oppose Donald Trump's plan to temporarily ban
people, particularly Muslims, from countries that have been connected to
terrorism?
17% Strongly Favor (1)
15
Somewhat Favor (2)
15
Somewhat Oppose (3)
45
Strongly Oppose (4)
7
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

6
13
16
59
6

10
9
27
35
19

38
26
15
18
4

20
14
12
46
8

13
5
19
63
1

19
18
15
41
6

11
15
21
48
4

Income

Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

17
18
13
42
10

18
15
11
51
6

22
11
17
43
7

14
17
17
48
4

18
16
15
43
8

22
12
16
46
6

18
17
12
48
5

9
19
21
46
5

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

3
18
18
59
3

12
11
19
52
7

22
10
14
44
11

18
19
17
43
4

24
21
11
40
5

19
13
21
41
7

17
17
11
49
6

Age
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Gender

CNTS14 clinton_lowincomenotuition
To what extent do you favor or oppose Hillary Clintons proposal that students from
families making $85,000 a year or less will be able to go to an in-state four-year
public college or university without paying tuition?
39% Strongly Favor (1)
24
Somewhat Favor (2)
14
Somewhat Oppose (3)
15
Strongly Oppose (4)
8
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

49
33
7
5
7

48
17
9
9
17

16
16
28
35
4

34
22
15
19
10

55
32
1
8
5

48
17
19
10
5

34
35
6
15
10

Income

Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

50
16
7
10
17

55
16
13
8
9

42
22
13
17
5

24
32
19
18
7

48
20
9
10
12

37
24
15
18
7

30
28
18
19
6

33
27
18
18
4

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

29
31
31
5
3

50
24
11
9
6

47
18
5
20
11

37
23
20
11
9

26
28
14
24
8

39
21
17
15
9

39
25
12
15
8

Age
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Gender

CNTS15 calspecial_placelive
Do you think that California is a special place to live, or is it just like any other
place?
42% Very Special (1)
36
Somewhat Special (2)
20
Like any other place (3)
2
Undecided/Dont know (8)
Party ID
Very Special
Somewhat Special
Like any other place
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

51
40
8
1

37
25
37
2

43
32
22
3

38
38
22
2

55
32
9
5

46
33
19
2

42
39
18
1

Income

Very Special
Somewhat Special
Like any other place
Undecided/DK

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

35
33
31
2

28
33
36
3

49
36
13
3

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

45
40
14
2

36
31
31
2

48
37
13
2

41
42
13
4

51
39
10
0

Age
Very Special
Somewhat Special
Like any other place
Undecided/DK

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

31
42
24
3

40
43
12
5

52
24
23
2

38
41
19
1

41
37
21
2

43
35
21
1

42
37
19
3

10

CNTS16 proud_californian
And how proud are you to be a Californian?
47% Very proud (1)
27
Moderately proud (2)
11
Only a little proud (3)
8
Not proud at all (4)
4
I don't consider myself a Californian (5)
3
Dont know/No opinion (8)
Party ID
Very Proud
Moderately Proud
Only a little proud
Not proud at all
I dont consider myself
a Californian
DK/NA

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

56
31
8
1

20
46
21
3

44
21
13
13

42
28
15
9

53
30
4
10

52
25
9
6

49
30
5
8

Income

Very Proud
Moderately Proud
Only a little proud
Not proud at all
I dont consider myself
a Californian
DK/NA

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

44
24
16
7

34
28
6
17

55
24
9
7

46
32
11
7

45
27
10
10

52
17
14
7

45
35
7
7

43
39
8
4

11

Age
Very Proud
Moderately Proud
Only a little proud
Not proud at all
I dont consider myself
a Californian
DK/NA

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

30
43
3
4

59
21
5
10

53
23
7
10

47
27
15
4

35
32
18
11

44
26
12
9

49
28
9
8

18

11

CNTS17
In your view, which of the items listed below, if any, make up the so-called California
Dream -- regardless of whether you think these things are realistic anymore[CHECK
ALL THAT APPLY]?
45% Access to a high-quality and affordable college education (1)
60% Availability of good-paying jobs (2)
47% The ability to buy a home (3)
41% Ability to retire comfortably (4)
47% The idea that your children can do better than you (5)
25% None of the options above make up the California Dream (6)
Access to a high-quality and affordable college education (45%) -caldream_education
Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

48
53

60
40

60
40

54
46

74
26

51
49

60
40

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

57
43

62
38

50
50

57
43

61
39

53
47

50
50

51
49

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

56
44

54
46

50
50

60
40

56
44

56
44

54
46

Age
No
Yes

Gender

Availability of good-paying jobs (60%) -- caldream_goodpayingjobs


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

33
67

60
40

41
59

43
57

53
47

29
71

49
51

Income

No
Yes

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

53
47

34
66

37
63

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

37
63

45
55

41
59

34
66

28
72

Age
1825

2634

3549

12

Gender
5064

65+

Male

Female

No
Yes

36
64

24
76

39
61

46
54

47
53

The ability to buy a home (47%) -- caldream_buyhome


Party ID
No
Yes

39
61

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

45
55

67
33

48
52

58
42

51
49

45
55

52
48

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

53
47

66
34

44
56

55
45

55
45

50
50

54
45

46
54

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

62
38

41
48

43
56

56
44

57
43

49
51

55
45

Age
No
Yes

40
60

Gender

Ability to retire comfortably (41%) -- caldream_retirecomfortably


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

54
46

67
33

56
44

63
37

52
48

55
45

60
40

67

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

57
43

67
33

53
48

64
36

61
39

55
45

60
40

64
36

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

75
25

62
38

50
50

64
36

57
43

59
41

59
41

Age
No
Yes

13

Gender

The idea that your children can do better than (47%) -caldream_kidcandobetter
Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

50
50

59
41

52
48

58
42

36
64

48
52

55
45

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

57
43

70
30

41
59

57
43

56
44

50
50

52
48

54
46

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

51
49

56
44

53
47

58
42

46
54

52
48

54
46

Age
No
Yes

14

Gender

CNTS18
And which of the items listed below, if any, do you worry are not realistic anymore
for you and your family[CHECK ALL THAT APPLY]?
43% Access to a high-quality and affordable college education (1)
40% Availability of good-paying jobs (2)
63% The ability to buy a home (3)
65% Ability to retire comfortably (4)
39% The idea that your children can do better than you (5)
16% They are all still realistic (6)
Access to a high-quality and affordable college education
nomore_caldream_education
Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
Realistic
Not Realistic

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

52
48

51
49

60
40

54
46

74
26

61
40

52
48

Income

Realistic
Not Realistic

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

56
44

45
55

60
40

57
43

51
49

57
43

65
35

58
42

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

67
33

54
46

59
41

58
42

48
52

57
43

56
44

Age
Realistic
Not Realistic

Gender

Availability of good-paying jobs nomore_caldream_goodpayingjobs


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
Realistic
Not Realistic

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

65
35

57
43

48
52

58
42

76
24

61
39

59
41

Income

Realistic
Not Realistic

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

59
41

51
49

59
41

64
36

60
40

56
44

64
36

59
41

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

51

64

64

62

48

58

60

Age
Realistic

15

Gender

Not Realistic

49

36

36

38

52

The ability to buy a home nomore_caldream_buyhome


Party ID
Realistic
Not Realistic

42

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

29
71

42
58

41
59

36
64

58
42

39
61

35
65

Income

Realistic
Not Realistic

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

24
76

48
52

52
48

37
63

35
65

40
60

42
58

31
69

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

41
59

31
69

44
56

37
63

33
67

36
64

38
61

Age
Realistic
Not Realistic

Gender

Ability to retire comfortably nomore_caldream_retire


Party ID
Realistic
Not Realistic

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

30
70

42
58

34
66

36
64

45
55

35
65

33
67

Income

Realistic
Not Realistic

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

33
67

30
70

34
66

40
60

29
71

37
63

43
57

39
61

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

41
59

28
72

31
69

42
58

37
63

36
64

35
65

Age
Realistic
Not Realistic

40

16

Gender

The idea that your children can do better than


nomore_caldream_kidcandobetter
Party ID
Realistic
Not Realistic

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

65
35

58
42

65
35

55
46

55
45

78
22

51
49

Income

Realistic
Not Realistic

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

62
38

75
25

61
39

56
44

65
35

61
39

65
35

44
56

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

60
40

82
18

66
34

53
47

48
52

64
36

59
41

Age
Realistic
Not Realistic

17

Gender

CNTS19/27 family_financial_position
Would you say that you and your family are better off, worse off, or just about the
same, financially, as you were a year ago?
23% Better off (1)
18
Worse off (2)
53
Stayed about the same (3)
5
Undecided/Don't know (8)

Party ID
Better Off
Worse Off
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

32
9
53
6

13
10
64
14

15
35
45
5

27
20
53
1

13
15
72
1

22
17
53
8

20
19
52
10

Income

Better Off
Worse Off
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

25
18
49
9

16
29
54
1

19
20
53
9

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

30
14
56
0

21
20
49
10

23
18
58
0

28
14
56
2

24
23
52
0

Age
Better Off
Worse Off
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

21
32
40
6

34
8
57
1

32
15
44
9

18
19
59
5

12
27
62
0

28
20
48
5

20
17
57
5

18

CNTS20/28 cal_financial_position
What about in California? Would you say that over the past year,
the state's economy has gotten better, gotten worse, or stayed about the same?
25% Gotten Better (1)
22
Gotten Worse (2)
42
Stayed about the same (3)
11
Undecided/Don't know (8)

Party ID
Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

40
15
32
13

16
19
49
16

12
38
43
7

28
23
40
9

31
21
48
0

20
19
45
15

24
21
43
12

Income

Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

20
25
39
16

18
28
42
13

24
20
42
13

31
19
45
5

17
19
46
18

26
23
44
6

30
24
35
11

39
22
39
1

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

33
26
26
14

31
13
44
12

24
27
32
16

23
15
52
10

19
28
50
3

29
23
37
12

23
20
46
10

Age
Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

19

Gender

CNTS21/29 us_financial_position
What about in the US as a whole? Would you say that over the past year the
nation's economy has gotten better, gotten worse, or stayed about the same?
27% Gotten Better (1)
24
Gotten Worse (2)
40
Stayed about the same (3)
8
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

39
17
38
6

21
15
47
17

16
46
29
9

30
28
38
4

31
34
34
1

26
18
47
9

25
22
36
17

Income

Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

23
31
42
4

18
29
50
4

30
24
35
12

32
18
41
9

23
23
45
9

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

19
29
45
8

32
11
47
3

25
21
40
15

32
20
41
7

20
44
33
3

31
24
39
6

25
24
41
10

Some
Colle
ge

27
27
37
9

Age
Gotten Better
Gotten Worse
Stayed about the same
Undecided

20

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

35
23
38
5

32
23
39
6

Gender

CNTS22/30 graduallyraise_15wage
In April of 2016, California adopted a law that gradually raises the minimum wage to
$15 per hour by 2022. Supporters argue that $15 per hour helps workers by
creating a wage that someone can actually live on, while opponents of the minimum
wage increase argue that $15 per hour hurts workers because employers are likely
to raise prices and cut hours.
To what extent do you favor or oppose increasing
the minimum wage to $15 per hour?
33% Strongly in favor (1)
26
Somewhat in favor (2)
17
Somewhat opposed (3)
19
Strongly opposed (4)
5
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

42
40
11
6
1

28
25
18
7
23

14
19
20
43
4

35
4
18
21
3

65
22
0
7
6

24
28
20
22
6

36
32
15
12
6

Income

Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

33
36
16
11
5

38
24
9
21
8

34
17
21
24
5

29
31
18
19
3

34
25
21
13
7

30
29
12
26
3

35
24
16
21
3

30
28
19
20
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

33
25
4
36
2

42
21
21
12
4

34
25
13
20
8

31
33
16
15
5

25
24
29
22
2

34
23
16
22
6

32
29
19
17
3

Age
Strongly Favor
Somewhat Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

21

Gender

CNTS23/31 immigrationlocation_economy
Some people think that immigrants from places like Mexico, Latin America and Asia
strengthen the economy, and others think they hurt it. What about you? Overall,
would you say that immigration from such places:
23% Strengthens the economy a lot (1)
24
Strengthens the economy a little (2)
19
Weakens the economy a little (3)
19
Weakens the economy a lot (4)
15
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

26
27
23
17
7

10
31
10
13
35

17
24
21
17
22

19
26
18
21
15

58
18
7
16
2

22
21
19
21
17

25
27
23
12
14

Income

Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

19
42
9
22
9

28
6
12
29
26

23
17
21
21
18

22
28
25
12
13

16
24
11
26
22

30
23
21
17
9

24
29
23
14
10

22
24
19
19
15

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

29
8
11
23
30

30
16
22
20
13

26
20
15
21
18

15
32
24
18
12

20
33
18
16
12

23
24
19
16
19

23
25
19
21
12

Age
Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

22

Gender

CNTS24/32 wayoflife_threated
Regardless of the economic impact, some people see rapid immigration from such
places as a threat to the American way of life, while others think it enriches that
way of life. What about you?
16% Threatens it a lot (1)
24
Threatens it a little (2)
28
Enriches it a little (3)
22
Enriches it a lot (4)
11
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Threatens a lot
Threatens a little
Enriches a little
Enriches a lot
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

6
23
39
25
6

10
31
17
12
31

33
33
22
8
5

20
23
29
18
10

14
13
34
33
6

14
22
29
22
13

8
30
25
29
9

Income

Threatens a lot
Threatens a little
Enriches a little
Enriches a lot
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

18
18
29
20
15

21
11
17
43
9

18
25
25
22
10

10
30
36
15
10

15
25
25
21
13

19
21
24
28
8

14
25
34
17
10

12
21
39
18
9

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

19
13
19
36
13

9
19
22
29
20

16
28
26
23
6

10
27
33
16
13

26
20
34
15
4

17
31
22
20
10

15
19
33
23
11

Age
Threatens a lot
Threatens a little
Enriches a little
Enriches a lot
Undecided/DK

23

Gender

CNTS25/33 freetrade_economy
Similarly, some people think that free trade deals like the North American Free Trade
Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) strengthen the economy,
but others think they hurt it. What about you, would you say that free trade deals....
9%
Strengthen the economy a lot (1)
24
Strengthen the economy a little (2)
16
Weakens it a little (3)
14
Weakens it a lot (4)
37
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

12
28
13
9
38

3
30
10
9
49

12
17
26
22
23

8
22
22
20
29

20
28
0
18
34

9
25
10
10
46

8
27
14
7
44

Income

Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

4
20
10
18
47

3
16
13
17
52

15
29
12
15
30

7
25
24
11
33

9
17
16
10
48

6
29
11
21
34

9
25
20
15
31

13
32
21
12
22

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

12
11
10
7
61

11
25
15
11
38

13
17
19
15
36

4
32
14
11
39

6
27
17
25
26

12
23
19
16
30

6
25
14
13
42

Age
Strengthens a lot
Strengthens a little
Weakens a little
Weakens a lot
Undecided/DK

24

Gender

CNTS26/34
For the following issues, please indicate whether you think this is a major problem,
minor problem, not much of a problem, or not a problem at all in the United States.
The Number of People Currently Living in Poverty numin_povertyproblem
71% Major Problem (1)
18
Minor Problem (2)
4
Not much of a problem (3)
2
Not a Problem at all (4)
4
Dont know (5)
The Number of People Currently Living in Poverty
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

77
13
2
1
7

72
7
3
1
17

57
31
8
3
1

70
20
6
1
3

83
9
0
2
6

70
18
1
3
8

73
19
5
1
2

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

72
12
6
2
8

82
9
1
3
4

72
19
4
1
5

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

66
25
5
1
2

74
12
3
2
8

73
19
6
*
1

62
27
6
2
3

71
24
3
2
2

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

79
13
5
1
3

73
16
5
4
3

71
15
6
2
5

70
20
2
1
7

68
26
4
0
2

67
22
4
2
5

74
16
4
2
4

25

The Level of Income Inequality income_inequalproblem


65% Major Problem (1)
20
Minor Problem (2)
8
Not much of a problem (3)
6
Not a Problem at all (4)
1
Dont know (5)
The Level of Income Inequality
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

76
16
3
5
1

80
14
2
2
0

39
31
19
11
1

56
26
11
6
1

84
8
4
4
0

75
11
5
8
1

65
24
6
3
1

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

61
21
6
9
3

81
9
5
3
2

66
21
7
7
*

60
24
11
5
*

71
18
4
5
2

59
23
12
5
*

57
22
11
10
1

70
20
3
6
0

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

74
9
13
1
3

78
14
6
1
1

72
12
7
9
1

60
23
6
9
1

45
40
10
5
0

66
19
7
6
1

64
21
8
6
1

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

26

Gender

The Number of Undocumented Immigrants num_undocimmigrantproblem


45% Major Problem (1)
29
Minor Problem (2)
16
Not much of a problem (3)
7
Not a Problem at all (4)
3
Dont know (5)
The Number of Undocumented Immigrants
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

32
36
24
5
2

31
25
19
10
15

76
17
2
6
0

50
27
18
4
2

38
35
10
17
0

43
35
12
5
5

39
22
20
17
3

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

41
26
22
8
3

51
33
9
6
1

48
25
16
7
4

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

43
32
16
7
2

48
25
18
5
4

47
30
11
10
2

38
34
17
9
2

44
31
20
3
3

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

45
28
4
15
9

33
46
12
7
1

48
24
16
8
5

43
25
23
7
2

55
29
15
1
*

50
22
18
4
6

41
34
14
9
1

27

Finding a Good Paying Job find_goodjobproblem


55% Major Problem (1)
33
Minor Problem (2)
9
Not much of a problem (3)
2
Not a Problem at all (4)
1
Dont know (5)
Finding a Good Paying Job
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

50
40
8
1
1

70
29
0
0
1

66
24
8
2
1

53
35
8
3
1

65
31
5
0
0

59
32
8
1
0

52
30
13
2
4

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

63
20
13
*
3

61
34
3
*
2

63
30
6
*
1

41
44
10
5
1

63
24
11
1
1

56
36
6
1
1

44
39
9
6
2

45
48
6
0
1

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

62
22
7
8
2

48
48
2
1
1

53
30
12
3
2

61
27
11
0
1

53
40
6
*
*

61
29
5
2
2

51
36
11
2
*

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

28

Gender

Living in a
38%
36
19
4
2

Safe Environment live_safeproblem


Major Problem (1)
Minor Problem (2)
Not much of a problem (3)
Not a Problem at all (4)
Dont know (5)

Living in a Safe Environment


Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

33
42
20
4
2

24
34
28
0
14

46
29
15
10
1

38
39
19
3
2

42
28
26
4
0

44
33
17
2
4

30
37
22
9
2

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

45
23
29
2
1

63
27
6
2
1

36
42
12
6
5

29
42
25
3
1

45
30
15
4
5

34
43
20
3
*

33
38
21
6
2

35
37
26
1
1

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

55
26
15
4
0

38
36
24
2
*

39
29
18
9
6

32
45
19
1
1

41
39
18
1
*

41
31
27
3
4

37
40
18
4
1

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

29

Gender

The Threat
41%
30
22
6
2

of Terrorism threat_terrorismproblem
Major Problem (1)
Minor Problem (2)
Not much of a problem (3)
Not a Problem at all (4)
Dont know (5)

The Threat of Terrorism


Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

33
35
26
6
1

23
19
38
7
14

59
21
16
4
0

45
28
21
6
*

39
28
33
0
0

44
28
17
7
4

26
36
30
6
1

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

41
14
35
8
1

46
27
14
11
1

48
31
14
2
4

32
38
24
6
*

45
19
28
5
4

38
41
14
7
*

12
30
19
8
1

34
37
24
5
*

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

37
21
37
4
0

23
48
14
14
1

42
24
27
3
5

43
28
21
7
1

53
28
15
4
*

33
26
28
10
4

46
32
18
3
*

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

30

Gender

Gun Violence gun_violenceproblem


61% Major Problem (1)
19
Minor Problem (2)
11
Not much of a problem (3)
6
Not a Problem at all (4)
2
Dont know (5)
Gun Violence
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

75
17
6
1
0

41
18
10
18
14

48
19
18
11
4

63
17
16
4
*

63
33
2
2
0

63
16
5
9
1

51
26
13
7
1

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

61
18
12
8
1

63
28
6
3
1

66
15
8
7
4

55
20
17
7
2

59
20
9
7
4

64
15
12
6
3

58
22
11
9
1

61
19
17
2
0

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

60
26
11
3
0

61
22
11
5
1

61
13
13
9
5

56
22
11
8
4

68
19
11
2
*

52
23
14
8
4

67
16
10
6
2

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

31

Gender

The Cost of Healthcare cost_healthcareproblem


70% Major Problem (1)
20
Minor Problem (2)
6
Not much of a problem (3)
2
Not a Problem at all (4)
2
Dont know (5)
The Cost of Healthcare
Party ID
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

74
16
8
3
0

50
34
1
0
15

77
14
7
2
0

72
19
5
3
1

72
26
0
2
0

69
16
9
2
4

67
28
4
*
1

Income

Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

80
8
6
4
2

79
16
4
1
*

70
22
2
2
4

62
27
10
1
0

74
16
4
3
4

71
22
5
2
1

66
23
9
1
1

64
25
10
1
0

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

57
34
8
1
1

72
12
12
3
1

69
17
7
2
5

73
22
2
2
1

72
22
5
1
*

67
21
5
3
4

73
19
7
1
*

Age
Major Problem
Minor Problem
Not Much of a Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

32

Gender

CNTS35 future_ofcountry
When you think about the future of our country, would you say you feel more
hopeful or more scared?
10% Much more hopeful than scared (1)
26
Somewhat more hopeful than scared (2)
20
Neither hopeful nor scared (3)
28
Somewhat more scared than hopeful (4)
15
Much more scared than hopeful (5)
Party ID
Much more hopeful
than scared
Somewhat more
hopeful
Neither
Somewhat more
scared
Much more scared than
hopeful

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

16

20

10

13

35

11

24

34

29

25

15

53

28

20

11

16

29

27

26

24

32

27

24

25

11

29

15

21

Income

Much more hopeful


than scared
Somewhat more
hopeful
Neither
Somewhat more
scared
Much more scared than
hopeful

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

15

11

10

14

26

25

24

29

23

23

32

32

22

13

15

26

22

21

20

11

35

29

27

25

30

25

27

32

14

27

19

15

17

12

18

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

10

18

10

11

10

15

40

19

30

23

23

29

4
37

13
24

20
30

28
24

21
31

18
27

21
29

Age
Much more hopeful
than scared
Somewhat more
hopeful
Neither
Somewhat more

33

Gender

scared
Much more scared than
hopeful

38

14

13

34

13

15

21

11

CNTS36 americas_greatness
When you think about American greatness, with which of the following statements
do you most agree?
37% America used to be great but has lost her way (1)
26
America has problems, but is already great and is getting better (2)
29
American greatness is irrelevant. We are no more or less important
than the rest of the
world (3)
8
None of the above (8)
Party ID
Used to be great/lost
her way
Problems/already great
Greatness is irrelevant
None of the Above

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

23

20

65

38

36

41

29

43
29
4

13
61
6

15
13
8

26
25
10

26
37
2

27
29
4

24
38
10

Income

Used to be great/lost
her way
Problems/already great
Greatness is irrelevant
None of the Above

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

42

44

35

34

40

33

37

37

19
30
9

16
35
6

33
26
6

27
29
10

24
27
9

28
33
6

28
27
8

26
31
7

Age
Used to be great/lost
her way
Problems/already great
Greatness is irrelevant
None of the Above

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

45

24

32

38

51

35

39

9
40
6

36
27
13

27
35
7

23
33
6

29
11
9

27
33
5

25
26
10

35

CNTS37 directvote_stateleg
On the issues that are most important to you, do you generally think it is better if
issues are decided by a direct vote of California voters or by the state legislature ?
47% California voters (1)
11
State legislature (2)
32
Both are equally good ways to make decisions (3)
10
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
California Voters
State Legislature
Both are equally good
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

35
15
46
3

37
16
25
23

68
2
20
10

46
13
31
11

59
2
38
1

53
7
35
5

40
15
28
18

Income

California Voters
State Legislature
Both are equally good
Undecided/DK

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

39
10
31
20

67
6
23
4

45
12
36
7

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

47
12
31
10

47
13
24
16

53
8
34
5

45
12
36
8

39
10
45
7

Age
California Voters
State Legislature
Both are equally good
Undecided/DK

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

61
10
21
9

42
7
43
9

51
14
22
13

41
10
37
12

52
12
33
3

49
14
30
7

46
9
33
12

36

CNTS38/49 protectgunright_regulate
What do you think is more important: to protect the right of Americans to own any
gun, or to regulate some guns for public safety purposes?
19% Much more important to protect right to own any gun (1)
7
Somewhat more important to protect right to own any gun (2)
24
Somewhat more important to regulate some guns for public safety
purposes (3)
43
Much more important to regulate some guns for public safety purposes
(4)
6
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Much more imp/gun
ownership
Somewhat more
imp/gun own
Somewhat more
imp/regulate
Much more
imp/regulate
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

25

39

15

11

26

20

10

26

12

29

25

24

25

24

63

46

17

44

58

45

36

10

12

Income

Much more imp/gun


ownership
Somewhat more
imp/gun own
Somewhat more
imp/regulate
Much more
imp/regulate
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

21

29

16

18

25

15

20

13

11

18

17

33

23

27

28

20

17

42

41

41

47

35

46

49

56

10

10

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

27

22

21

19

11

24

16

10

14

Age
Much more imp/gun
ownership
Somewhat more
imp/gun own

37

Gender

Somewhat more
imp/regulate
Much more
imp/regulate
Undecided/DK

11

21

24

31

24

23

25

48

50

40

38

50

43

43

38

CNTS39/50 orlando_tragedy
Thinking about the recent shooting tragedy in Orlando, which if any of the following
items do you think is responsible for that attack? (CHECK ALL THAT APPLY).
[NOTE: numbers will not sum to 100 as respondents were allowed to check
multiple answers]
40% Radical Islamic fundamentalism (1)
54% Bigotry toward the gay (LGBTQ) community (2)
59% Too easy of access to military-grade assault weapons (3)
52% Lack of attention toward mental illness (4)
17% Lack of properly armed and trained security (5)
11% Undocumented immigration (6)
3%
None of the items listed above are responsible for the attack in Orlando
(7)
Radical Islamic fundamentalism (40%) orlando_radicalislamic
Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

54
35

47
53

59
41

59
41

70
30

62
38

55
45

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

76
24

66
34

53
47

54
46

59
41

54
46

61
39

74
25

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

82
18

61
39

57
43

58
42

56
44

61
39

59
41

Age
No
Yes

Gender

Bigotry toward the gay (LGBTQ) community (54%) orlando_lgbtqbigotry


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

36
64

50
50

54
46

45
55

19
81

53
47

42
58

Income

No
Yes

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

41
59

58
42

47
53
39

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

44
56

49
51

45
55

46
54

40
60

40

Age
No
Yes

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

63
37

48
52

48
52

42
58

41
59

47
53

45
55

Too easy of access to military-grade assault weapons (59%)


orlando_easygunaccess
Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

21
79

56
44

45
55

43
57

25
75

44
56

34
66

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

39
61

54
46

43
57

35
65

50
50

38
62

34
66

31
69

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

50
50

33
67

46
54

43
58

33
67

47
53

36
64

Age
No
Yes

Gender

Lack of attention toward mental illness (52%) orlando_mentalillnes


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

44
56

50
50

50
50

46
54

53
47

55
45

39
61

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

52
48

44
56

51
49

43
57

51
49

46
54

45
55

44
56

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

53
47

55
45

42
58

50
50

45
55

49
51

47
53

Age
No
Yes

41

Gender

Lack of properly armed and trained security (17%)


orlando_trainedsecurity
Party ID
No
Yes

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

87
13

77
23

82
18

89
11

88
12

78
22

79
21

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

88
12

81
19

80
20

85
15

86
14

84
16

83
17

76
24

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

75
25

83
17

77
23

92
8

84
16

84
16

83
17

Age
No
Yes

Gender

Undocumented immigration (11%) orlando_undocumented


Party ID
Race/Ethnicity
No
Yes

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

96
4

77
23

88
12

88
12

89
11

94
6

83
17

Income

No
Yes

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

91
9

91
9

90
10

86
14

90
10

87
13

89
11

91
9

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

93
7

90
10

89
10

89
11

87
13

85
15

92
8

Age
No
Yes

42

Gender

CNTS40/51 orlando_rank1; orlando_rank2; orlando_rank3


Of those that you checked, please rank them in terms of which items you believe
are MORE responsible than others (1=most responsible, 2=second most
responsible, and so on)
Issue was ranked 1st:
18% Radical Islamic fundamentalism (1)
15
Bigotry toward the gay (LGBTQ) community (2)
35
Too easy of access to military-grade assault weapons (3)
14
Lack of attention toward mental illness (4)
2
Lack of properly armed and trained security (5)
3
Undocumented immigration (6)
*
None of the items listed above are responsible for the attack in Orlando
(7)
13
Did not answer/undecided
Issue was ranked 2nd:
11% Radical Islamic fundamentalism (1)
18
Bigotry toward the gay (LGBTQ) community (2)
12
Too easy of access to military-grade assault weapons (3)
21
Lack of attention toward mental illness (4)
5
Lack of properly armed and trained security (5)
4
Undocumented immigration (6)
*
None of the items listed above are responsible for the attack in Orlando
(7)
30
Did not answer/undecided
Issue was ranked 3rd:
7%
Radical Islamic fundamentalism (1)
14
Bigotry toward the gay (LGBTQ) community (2)
8
Too easy of access to military-grade assault weapons (3)
12
Lack of attention toward mental illness (4)
3
Lack of properly armed and trained security (5)
2
Undocumented immigration (6)
2
None of the items listed above are responsible for the attack in Orlando
(7)
52
Did not answer/undecided

43

CNTS41/52 guncontrol_backgroundpsy
To what extent do you support or oppose requiring more thorough background
checks, such as more in-depth psychological evaluations, for anyone who is
attempting to purchase firearms in California/the United States?
38% Strongly support (1)
11
Somewhat support (2)
11
Somewhat oppose (3)
34
Strongly oppose (4)
5
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strongly Support
Somewhat Support
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

37
8
7
45
2

44
18
15
18
6

34
18
12
30
6

36
12
12
33
7

28
18
16
29
0

41
11
6
39
3

38
9
18
30
6

Income

Strongly Support
Somewhat Support
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

33
13
8
37
10

49
2
11
32
6

32
11
12
43
2

42
14
13
25
5

42
8
10
34
6

33
13
14
36
5

40
16
8
32
4

36
10
17
34
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

29
10
5
56
1

49
9
9
31
2

37
12
14
26
9

40
11
11
32
7

32
13
14
39
2

35
14
12
35
5

41
9
11
34
5

Age
Strongly Support
Somewhat Support
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

44

Gender

CNTS42/53 massshooting_concealedcarry
If a gunman intended to stage a mass shooting, do you think it would be more
helpful or dangerous to have civilians on the scene carrying concealed weapons?
33% Helpful (1)
40
Dangerous (2)
9
Neither (3)
19
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Helpful
Dangerous
Neither
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

13
67
9
11

15
24
13
49

58
20
11
11

31
45
8
16

34
56
5
5

37
30
7
26

32
42
13
14

Income

Helpful
Dangerous
Neither
Undecided/DK

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

26
37
10
28

37
31
13
20

40
35
7
18

Education
$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

29
50
9
13

36
30
9
25

32
42
8
18

27
48
11
14

33
52
6
8

Age
Helpful
Dangerous
Neither
Undecided/DK

Gender

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

39
18
1
42

40
36
7
18

32
41
13
13

25
48
9
17

38
39
6
18

35
36
11
18

32
43
7
19

45

CNTS43/54 respond_publicattacks
In recent months, there have been attacks on civilians in public places, such as
France, Turkey and Florida. How have you responded to such events?
17% I am less likely to go to big public gatherings (1)
27
I still go to big public gatherings, but Im more worried when Im there
(2)
40
I dont think about it much (3)
5
I purposely go to big public gatherings to defy the will of people like
the perpetrators (4)
6
Other (5)
5
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Less likely/public
gatherings
Still go/worried
I dont think about it
Purposely go/defy
perpetrators
Other
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

18

17

18

11

15

21

27
43

13
57

38
32

22
41

10
68

33
41

30
31

13

11

4
4

2
9

3
8

10
7

0
4

6
2

1
6

Income

Less likely/public
gatherings
Still go/worried
I dont think about it
Purposely go/defy
perpetrators
Other
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

11

15

19

19

14

18

23

17

25
44

27
44

28
37

27
39

30
39

26
37

24
44

25
44

8
8

7
4

6
6

6
3

4
8

11
3

5
2

7
3

Age
Less likely/public
gatherings
Still go/worried
I dont think about it
Purposely go/defy

1825

2634

15

23

44
35
2

19
42
7

3549

16
28
40
8
46

Gender
5064

65+

Male

Female

13

20

17

17

27
36
2

25
46
4

23
44
6

30
37
4

perpetrators
Other
0
5
Undecided/DK
5
4
CNTS44/55 us_racialprofiling_problem

5
3

12
9

5
1

5
7

8
4

The shooting deaths of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana, as well as the
deaths of police officers in Dallas and elsewhere, have elevated a discussion of race
in the United States. How much of a problem do you think that profiling -- that is,
pursuing investigations of people based on their race -- is in the UNITED STATES?
27% Huge Problem (1)
41
Significant Problem (2)
17
Just a minor problem (3)
8
Not a problem at all (4)
7
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

31
55
10
1
3

30
21
35
5
9

8
40
25
16
12

19
41
22
11
7

58
34
4
4
0

36
45
13
4
2

26
37
16
7
13

Income

Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

30
37
17
5
11

48
36
4
7
5

22
42
21
6
8

22
44
19
12
3

22
46
15
5
11

32
41
17
7
3

32
30
20
14
5

22
44
22
9
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

43
29
12
10
6

35
46
8
4
8

30
26
23
12
10

24
52
13
5
6

14
49
26
9
2

25
40
22
9
4

29
42
14
7
9

Age
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

47

Gender

CNTS45/56 ca_racialprofiling_problem
And how much of a problem do you think racial profiling is in CALIFORNIA?
18% Huge Problem (1)
41
Significant Problem (2)
22
Just a minor problem (3)
8
Not a problem at all (4)
10
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

17
53
21
2
7

16
25
31
6
22

12
27
27
22
13

10
38
28
13
10

34
21
37
7
2

26
50
13
4
7

21
37
21
3
18

Income

Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

17
47
19
5
13

35
41
12
8
4

17
42
18
10
14

14
37
33
9
8

20
49
13
6
13

18
38
27
9
9

18
32
27
11
12

14
38
36
10
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

28
31
25
8
16

26
43
21
5
5

23
31
17
11
18

15
49
21
7
8

4
46
33
13
5

16
41
24
9
10

20
41
21
8
10

Age
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

48

Gender

CNTS46/57 us_excessive_force
How much of a problem do you think that the use of excessive force by police
towards people of color is in the UNITED STATES?
29% Huge Problem (1)
37
Significant Problem (2)
18
Just a minor problem (3)
9
Not a problem at all (4)
7
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

36
50
10
1
4

32
11
43
6
8

13
30
23
23
11

23
39
21
11
7

64
29
4
4
0

36
35
16
11
2

26
37
16
4
18

Income

Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

32
27
25
6
9

46
35
7
8
5

22
40
16
13
9

27
41
20
8
4

26
40
20
4
10

30
34
18
13
4

32
33
16
12
7

30
38
14
14
4

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

44
34
7
9
7

34
39
16
5
6

29
30
16
14
11

31
44
15
5
5

16
36
31
12
5

29
38
17
12
4

29
36
18
7
10

Age
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

49

Gender

CNTS47/58 -ca_excessive_force
And how much of a problem do you think that the use of excessive force by police
towards people of color is in CALIFORNIA?
18% Huge Problem (1)
34
Significant Problem (2)
24
Just a minor problem (3)
12
Not a problem at all (4)
12
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

23
46
19
2
11

28
8
32
7
25

8
22
27
30
14

13
32
30
15
10

32
26
38
4
0

23
41
17
12
7

21
29
18
6
27

Income

Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

26
27
21
11
14

28
39
17
10
6

14
34
21
15
16

15
35
30
10
10

19
39
22
7
14

16
31
26
14
13

21
25
27
15
11

18
41
21
17
3

1825

2634

3549

5064

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Male

Female

16
32
30
11
12

26
37
24
6
8

22
24
16
16
22

18
42
25
7
9

9
36
30
20
6

21
29
27
13
10

16
38
21
11
14

Age
Huge Problem
Significant Problem
Just a Minor Problem
Not a Problem at all
Undecided/DK

50

Gender

CNTS48/59
Now we would like to get your feelings toward some people and groups who have
been in the news. You can choose any number between 0 and 10. The higher the
number, the warmer or more favorable you feel toward that person, group or entity.
The lower the number, the colder or less favorable. Give a person or group a "5" if
you feel neither warm nor cold toward them, or if you don't recognize a name.
0-10 Rating
0

13

17

10

37

20

26

16

12

11

18

13

12

The Black Lives


Matter
Movement

14

People who respond to


Black Lives Matter
protesters by saying
All Lives Matter
People who respond to
Black Lives Matter by
saying Blue (Police)
Lives Matter

Barack Obama
Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump
Ted Cruz
Bernie Sanders
Jerry Brown
Millionaires/Billio
naires
The Democratic
Party
The Republican
Party
Latino Americans
Undocumented
Immigrants
Police Officers

Bernie Sanders
supporters who
boo Hillary Clinton

2
3
COLDER

6
31
4
41
5
71
10
64
6
23
5
36
8
51
4
34
10
57
2
13
4
33
2
15
3

12

10

25
10

34
13

10

9
12
11
17
21
21
33
25
23
35
27
16

7
8
9
WARMER

11

12

12

13

10

11

13

13

13

14

24

38
5

50

51

10

24
25
25

13
60
11
47
4
17
5
20
16
56
8
43
4
15
10
42
4
19
13
51
7
41
17
67
13

10

10

24

11

10

10

10

12

11

10

14

36
7

12
51

11
41

7
26

CNTS60 highspeedrail_taxes
A high-speed rail or bullet train linking Northern and Southern California has been
discussed for some time. Are you in favor of or opposed to using taxpayer money
to pay for the development of high-speed rail in California?
21% Strongly in favor (1)
28
Somewhat in favor (2)
12
Somewhat opposed (3)
25
Strongly opposed (4)
14
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

23
43
10
13
12

15
27
5
24
28

8
18
11
48
15

21
22
16
33
9

46
25
1
9
20

16
33
12
23
17

26
37
4
15
18

Income

Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

24
24
8
25
18

17
25
17
23
19

21
24
10
29
16

21
36
13
23
7

24
21
8
25
21

17
33
15
23
11

19
34
16
25
7

24
31
7
32
7

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

14
18
24
30
14

26
37
9
12
15

22
31
11
18
19

23
31
11
22
12

15
17
10
52
7

26
26
9
30
9

17
30
14
22
17

Age
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

52

Gender

CNTS61 roadrepair_taxes
To what extent do you favor or oppose raising taxes to pay to fix and maintain
Californias roads and freeways?
24% Strongly in favor (1)
33
Somewhat in favor (2)
14
Somewhat opposed (3)
17
Strongly opposed (4)
11
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

27
43
8
11
11

25
35
10
8
22

11
29
19
29
12

25
34
14
20
8

19
60
9
8
5

28
27
14
20
11

18
38
17
7
21

Income

Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

23
30
12
14
21

25
23
22
22
8

26
31
10
22
11

22
41
17
12
8

23
30
11
18
19

27
28
20
18
8

23
40
14
17
8

26
48
1
12
2

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

6
36
35
17
6

36
32
9
10
13

25
30
13
18
15

22
40
12
12
15

25
29
14
30
2

30
32
14
15
9

20
34
14
18
13

Age
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

53

Gender

CNTS62 masstransit_taxes
To what extent do you favor or oppose raising taxes to pay to fix and maintain
Californias mass transit systems?
24% Strongly in favor (1)
30
Somewhat in favor (2)
18
Somewhat opposed (3)
17
Strongly opposed (4)
11
Undecided/Don't know (8)
Party ID
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Race/Ethnicity

Dem

Ind

Rep

White

Black

Latino

Other

33
38
8
11
9

12
41
13
11
23

9
29
18
30
13

25
25
22
19
8

34
49
6
7
5

19
34
16
21
9

28
33
14
6
20

Income

Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

Education

Less
than
$30K

$30K
$50K

$50K
$100
K

$100
K+

High
Scho
ol or
less

Some
Colle
ge

Colle
ge
Degr
ee

PostGrad

25
22
17
15
21

21
21
19
27
13

20
33
17
22
8

28
37
20
9
6

23
23
20
18
18

22
31
18
19
10

26
36
19
16
4

30
43
12
13
1

1825

2634

3549

5064

65+

Male

Female

15
20
36
23
6

35
37
14
9
5

25
24
17
19
16

27
35
11
13
14

13
33
28
22
5

27
34
13
19
7

22
28
22
15
14

Age
Strongly in Favor
Somewhat in Favor
Somewhat Oppose
Strongly Oppose
Undecided/DK

54

Gender

CNTS63 issues_healthcare; issues_greenjobs; issues_k12; issues_highered;


issues_pubjobs; issues_privjobs; issues_lgbt; issues_corrupt; issues_homeless;
issues_inequality; issues_gunviolence; issues_gunrights
From this list select as many as 3 issues that are important to you and to which the
media doesnt pay enough attention. Rank them 1-3 in order of needed media
attention, 1 being the most in need of media attention and so on
Picked
Water Policy
Green Jobs in CA
K-12 Education
Higher Education
Public Sector Jobs
Private Sector Jobs
LGBT Issues
Wrongdoing by elected
officials
Homelessness
Economic Inequality
Gun Violence
Gun Rights

1st

2nd

3rd

Not in top 3

16
3
15
7
4
2
1

9
6
12
12
5
6
2

12
3
7
10
5
7
3

62
89
66
71
86
85
93

16

12

64

8
12
10
2

12
13
8
2

13
10
9
4

67
64
73
92

CNTS64 -- issues_healthcare; issues_moneypol; issues_taxes; issues_drugs;


issues_transit; issues_climatechange; issues_energy; issues_childcare;
issues_racerel; issues_housing; issues_cjreform; issues_stgovreform
From this second list select as many as 3 issues that are important to you and to
which the media doesnt pay enough attention. Rank them 1-3 in order of needed
media attention, 1 being the most in need of media attention and so on.
Picked
Health care
Influence of Money in
Politics
Taxes
Drugs and Drug Policy
Public Transportation
Climate Change
Energy
Child care
Race relations
Housing affordability
Criminal Justice Reform
State Government
Reform

1st

2nd

3rd

Not in top 3

18

11

13

58

17

16

10

56

10
4
2
14
3
1
4
10
2

9
8
4
9
6
3
4
9
8

8
7
8
5
7
4
6
17
12

72
81
86
72
84
91
86
64
78

10

76

55