Findings from a Berkeley IGS Poll reporting likely voter preferences in California’s upcoming Democratic presidential primary election is featured in the New York Times.
On Friday, 1/31, IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, appeared on KTVU News where he was was interviewed for his perspective on the vote for witnesses in the Senate impeachment hearings.
IGS Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, discusses "Five Myths about Bipartisanship" in the Washington Post.
IGS Co-Director G. Cristina Mora is quoted in Mother Jones on Latinx voters and the 2020 presidential election.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas Mann is interviewed by Berkeley News on the impeachment of President Trump.
IGS Co-Director Eric Schickler is quoted in the Los Angeles Times on the latest Berkeley IGS poll on Californians' attitudes towards impeachment. The poll was conducted for the Los Angeles Times.
IGS Co-Director Cristina Mora is interviewed for an NBC News explainer on the term "Latinx" and the evolution of how members of the Latin American diaspora refer to themselves.
Eric Schickler's research on congressional hearings is cited in FiveThirtyEight's coverage of the Trump impeachment proceedings. Schickler is co-director of IGS.
Karen Chapple is a featured panelist on a KQED Forum program devoted to "accessory dwelling units." Chapple is a professor of city and regional planning and an IGS affiliated faculty member.