Jack Citrin and Ethan Rarick envisioned the political implications of the "6 Californias" ballot measure in an article for Fox & Hounds. Citrin is director of IGS; Rarick is director of the Matsui Center.
Cal-in-Sac Fellow Vivianne Nguyen was quoted in USA Today College on the impact of drought conditions on California colleges and students.
Senior research fellow Max Neiman wrote about the California Dept. of Technology's new public-private partnership with IBM - CalCloud - for Building a Smarter Planet.
An article by Jack Citrin, David Carrillo, and Ethan Rarick on the proposed "Six Californias" initiative measure was published in the Daily Journal. Citrin is the director of the Institute of Governmental Studies; Carrillo is the director of the California Constitution Center; and Rarick is the director of the Robert T. Matsui Center for Politics and Public Service.
IGS Director Jack Citrin was quoted in an ABC-7 News article on President Obama's recent Bay Area fundraising trip.
Research on California’s June 2012 primaries by Jack Citrin, Gabriel Lenz and Douglas Ahler was cited in FiveThirtyEight.com's DataLab blog.
An article in Vox on the statistical myth of moderate voters describes research co-authored by IGS graduate student David Broockman.
Doug Ahler's research on political polarization was cited in the Washington Post. Ahler is an IGS grad student.
The Stockton Record cited Max Neiman in their coverage of a Stockton symposium on municipal fiscal stress. Neiman is an IGS resident scholar.
Ethan Rarick is quoted in the Washington Post article, Is California’s top two primary system working? Rarick heads the Matsui Center at IGS.