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.
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.
IGS affiliated faculty Terri Bimes is quoted in a Daily Cal article on voter turnout in the June primary.
Jack Citrin commented on the candidacy of congressional candidate Vanila Singh in a San Francisco Chronicle article. Citrin is director of IGS.
IGS Director Jack Citrin is quoted in a Los Angeles Times article about Gov. Jerry Brown's budget proposal for a state reserve fund.
Taeku Lee's nationwide poll of Asian Americans was cited in a San Francisco Chronicle column on affirmative action. Lee is an IGS affiliated faculty.