IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler comments on coronavirus economic relief bill negotiations for KTVU.
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, on the latest Berkeley IGS Poll showing Biden holds a 39-point lead over Trump among likely California voters for The Mercury News.
New Berkeley IGS Poll showing "Trump’s base starting to erode" in California featured in LA Times.
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.
Congratulations to IGS affiliated faculty, Amy Lerman, whose new book, Good Enough for Government Work: The Public Reputation Crisis in America (And What We Can Do to Fix It) (U. Chicago Press), received the Gladys M. Kammerer Award and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award.
IGS affiliated faculty, Karen Chapple, speaks to CBS Bay Area about "how systemic racism is leading to resegregation in the housing market" in the Bay.
IGS Co-Director, Cristina Mora, speaks with Univisión News about why Hispanic Americans should support the Black Lives Matter movement.
On Monday, June 1st's Your Call, IGS-affiliated Faculty, Ian Haney López, speaks about the murder of Geoerge Floyd and the resulting social unrest: "The particular pain in this moment is the way in which that video crystallizes what we mean when we say racism has dehumanized people. We're watching a person kill another person, and the person doing the murdering simply doesn't see the humanity of the person he is killing."