Post-Midterms: The Pulse of Californians
After a midterm election that saw Republicans make big gains, a new USC College/L.A. Times Poll peeks into the minds of California voters, with a special look at Latinos and Asian Americans. How did they vote? What do they think of immigration? What should Governor-
Elect Jerry Brown tackle first?
After a hard-fought midterm election that saw Republicans make significant gains, the USC College/Los Angeles Times Poll being released today will peek into the minds of Californians. The new poll features a significant oversample of Latino and Asian American voters, who now make up about a quarter of California’s registered voters.
Hot topics addressed include:
- How did Latinos and Asian Americans vote in the races for California governor and U.S. Senate?
- In order to reduce the state’s budget deficit, where do Californians think we should cut state spending?
- What do California voters believe should be the top priorities for Governor-Elect Jerry Brown?
- Looking ahead to future elections, how do California voters feel about immigration reform, gay marriage, and the environment?
Full poll results will be posted at college.usc.edu/poll today.
Members of the media can reserve a spot in a phone conference with USC political analysts taking place today at 10 a.m. Pacific, by emailing email@example.com.
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