IGS co-director, Eric Schickler, was cited in a recent Vox article about the history of domestic worker marginalization. He explains how Americans have traditionally viewed domestic work and why those views, along with gender and racial biases, have stalled legislative progress for domestic workers.
IGS co-director, Cristina Mora, interviewed by KTLA 5 News about a recent Berkeley IGS Poll regarding CA voter opinions on how one's vaccination status should factor into their access to private establishments: “The findings show that even at this later stage, politics powerfully shapes the way that Californians think about vaccination and the reopening of society.”
This week the Institute of Governmental Studies will be completing another of its periodic polls of the California public about major political and public policy issues facing the state. It is a legitimate non-partisan poll sponsored by the University that is carried out by distributing email invitations to a carefully constructed random sample of the state’s registered voters. Data collection will continue through Tuesday, May 4. Learn more hear.
IGS co-director, Cristina Mora's "Making Hispanics" center stage in New York Times Magazine's "The Ethicist" column.
IGS co-director Eric Schicker sheds light on the impact the filibuster has had on legislation in a new article in Salon.
Read the recent article in The Guardian citing the Berkeley IGS Poll, showing voter opinions on how Governor Newsom has been handling the pandemic. Also, check out the recent article in The Chronicle, featuring Eric Schickler on the January Poll findings regarding California voters' overall opinion of the governor and how that opinion is changing.
IGS co-director Cristina Mora's groundbreaking research was recently covered by The Atlantic. Mora's work was presented in a full-length podcast and article titled, "Listen: Latinos Are a Huge, Diverse Group. Why Are They Lumped Together? The answer involves Chicanos, the census, and Celia Cruz." Listen to and read the full story here.
The latest Berkeley IGS Poll about CA voter opinions of Governor Newsom was featured in the New York Times.
Berkeley IGS "Poll Finds Newsom's Approval Plummeting As Recall Looms." KQED's Marisa Lagos reports.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas E. Mann and IGS affiliated faculty Susan D. Hyde give their opinions to Berkeley News about the future of the post-Trump GOP.