IGS Poll Director Mark DiCamillo to the Chronicle on 2020 predictions: "We did pretty well." Read the full story here.
Berkeley IGS Poll in Progress This Week
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.
The opinions of all survey participants will remain confidential and not be identified with themselves individually. Results will be released publicly through a series of poll reports posted onto the Berkeley IGS Poll website and made available to the news media in early-mid February, 2021.
We encourage all those who receive an invitation to complete the survey so that the poll accurately represents the opinions of a cross-section of all state voters.
IGS Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, recently commented on Trump's challenge to the presidential election results for ABC News: “This really is our version of a polite coup d’etat[.]”
IGS Co-Director, Cristina Mora, in an op-ed for the LA Times: "Look to the local to understand the ‘complex’ Latino vote."
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, was featured recently in a new video short from the Associated Press. He commented on how "Trump could buck US tradition of conceding defeat."
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler spoke to Valor Econômico about where Kamala Harris fits into the Democratic Party coalition with respect to progressives and moderates, and what her election as VP likely means for the Democratic Party moving forward.
The New York Times reports on the latest Berkeley IGS Poll findings: "...not only is Joseph R. Biden Jr. going to clean up in California, but he could also win by the largest margin since 1920", according to the Poll.