IGS's Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, warns of the catastrophic impact the COVID-19 pandemic could have on Congress's ability to function in the Washington Post on Sunday. "Going without a careful plan should be unacceptable," state the authors.
New Berkeley IGS Poll shows that California voters do not mind waiting for elections results, if this is a trade-off for maximizing voters’ opportunities to register. The Poll is covered in The Los Angeles Times.
IGS Resident Scholar Thomas E. Mann explains the significance of California as a new participant in Super Tuesday, and the impact CA Democratic voters are likely to have on determining the party's nominee for President.
IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, explains the potential impact of Californians voting on "Super Tuesday" versus voting in late March in the Presidential Primaries in a recent article published by The Daily Cal.
In LA Magazine, IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, weighs in on how Bloomberg's entrance into the race could affect other Democratic candidates' chances to win the Party's nomination.
Findings from a Berkeley IGS Poll reporting likely voter preferences in California’s upcoming Democratic presidential primary election is featured in the New York Times.
On Friday, 1/31, IGS Co-Director, Eric Schickler, appeared on KTVU News where he was was interviewed for his perspective on the vote for witnesses in the Senate impeachment hearings.
IGS Resident Scholar, Thomas E. Mann, discusses "Five Myths about Bipartisanship" in the Washington Post.
IGS Co-Director G. Cristina Mora is quoted in Mother Jones on Latinx voters and the 2020 presidential election.