Cristina Mora quoted by KQED News article about a recent Berkeley IGS Poll: "The poll results underscore 'the stark racial differences in which populations can safely work from home,' said IGS co-director Cristina Mora."
IGS Co-Director, Cristina Mora, quoted in a recent Univision News article regarding the latest Berkeley IGS Poll results, showing that members of the CA Latinx community feel vulnerable to the pandemic both health-wise and economically.
IGS Affiliated Faculty, Ian Haney-Lopez and IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, are quoted in Berkeley News. They describe the unprecedented ways the pandemic is already shaping the election and they predict political and economic turmoil is on the horizon.
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, interviewed by KTVU's Jana Katsuyama regarding Congress' struggle to convene and pass legislation in the COVID-19 era.
Thomas E. Mann's expertise cited in Washington Post Op-Ed calling for alternative voting systems to be put in place for Congress in times of emergency. Mann has been urging Congress to devise this type of contingency plan for a decade, the author says.
IGS's Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, warns of the catastrophic impact the COVID-19 pandemic could have on Congress's ability to function in the Washington Post on Sunday. "Going without a careful plan should be unacceptable," state the authors.
New Berkeley IGS Poll shows that California voters do not mind waiting for elections results, if this is a trade-off for maximizing voters’ opportunities to register. The Poll is covered in The Los Angeles Times.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas E. Mann explains the significance of California as a new participant in Super Tuesday, and the impact CA Democratic voters are likely to have on determining the party's nominee for President.