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July 29, 2015
Californians back new policies to fight climate change, poll says
Californians are concerned about the effects of climate change and support new steps to address the problem, according to a poll released Wednesday night by the Public Policy Institute of California.

July 29, 2015
Drought now Californians’ top concern, poll finds
Concern over California’s drought is “extremely high and intensifying,” as a majority of state residents now believe global warming has contributed to the crisis, according to polling data released this week.

September 9, 2014
Think the Southwest’s Drought Is Bad Now? It Could Last a Generation or More
The researchers concluded that odds of a decadelong drought are “at least 80 percent.” The chances of a “megadrought,” one lasting 35 or more years, stands at somewhere between 20 percent and 50 percent, depending on how severe climate change turns out to be. And the prospects for an “unprecedented 50-year megadrought”—one “worse than anything seen during the last 2000 years”­—checks in at a nontrivial 5 to 10 percent.

July 23, 2014
Water restrictions backed by 75 percent of Californians, new poll says
Few local water agencies have forced customers to cut their water use amid the ongoing drought, but a new poll shows a large majority of Californians support mandates to turn off the tap. Read more…

July 23, 2014
Drought Becomes Top Environmental Priority for Californians
Drought has moved to the top of the list in the latest survey of Californians’ environmental worries. In a statewide poll conducted during the second week of July, more than a third of respondents (35 percent) cited water supply and drought as “the most important environmental issue facing California today.” That more than doubled the second most popular response, which was air pollution. Read more…

July 23, 2014
Groundwater level in California basin hits historic low
The groundwater level in the San Bernardino Basin area is at its lowest point in recorded history, officials say. Measured in volume, the groundwater level for the basin is now about 500,000 acre-feet below full, according to Douglas Headrick, general manager for the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District. That would put it below the previous low recorded in 1964, a period that followed a 20-year drought, officials said. Read more…

July 17, 2014
80 Percent of California is Now in Extreme Drought
More than 80% of California is now in an extreme drought, according to new data by the National Weather Service. The NWS’ Drought Monitor Update for July 15 shows 81% of California in the category of extreme drought or worse, up from 78%. Three months ago, it was 68%. Read more…

July 2, 2014
Environment a top 10 issue for Democrats and Decline to State (nonpartisan) Voters
Democrats overall assign a significantly higher priority than do Republicans to nine of the 19 issues measured. This almost certainly reflects differences in underlying partisan views of how involved the government should be in fixing societal problems, with Democrats significantly more likely than Republicans to say government should be used to fix problems. Democrats are particularly more likely to assign a high priority to government efforts to address the environment, with a 39-percentage-point gap separating the parties. Read more…

June 4, 2014
Californian Voters Rank Improving Local Water Supplies as Top Solution to Drought
Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates (FM3) recently conducted a survey of 1,000 California voters likely to cast ballots in November 2014 to assess their views on key water issues facing the state.1 The results show that voters are enormously concerned about water supply in the face of the current drought, and support a multi-pronged approach to dealing with the state’s water needs. More than nine in ten voters agree that the state is facing a serious drought, and that all Californians – including farmers – need to do their part to conserve water. More than four in five say that the state’s water needs are so critical that we need to make investments now to address them. Critically, voters also say that they are willing to pay more on their water bills in order to fund solutions to the state’s water needs. Read more…

May 20, 2014
Drought and environment will impact jobs and economy
The severe and historic drought underway in California is expected to take a large financial bite out of the Golden State’s agricultural sector — and lead to thousands of jobs being cut. It’s also projected to have additional impacts on the nation’s food prices. Read more…

April 16, 2014
Voters Consider California’s Drought “EXTREMELY SERIOUS”
Nearly all California voters (88%) believe the state is undergoing a serious water shortage. However, there is no clear consensus about whether the situation is due more to a lack of water storage and supply facilities in the state, or users not using existing supplies efficiently enough. Statewide, 27% cite the former, 37% the latter and another 24% say both are equally responsible. Read more…

April 4, 2014
71% of Democrats rate environmental issues as Extremely important according to Gallup poll
American politics over the last decade has become notoriously polarized, with congressional Republicans and Democrats disagreeing on the best way to address healthcare, immigration, taxes, and a host of other issues. But supporters of both parties do agree that the economy should be a top priority, with 91% of Democrats and 88% of Republicans saying it is extremely or very important that the president and Congress deal with that issue this year. There is less agreement on the other issues the federal government should focus on. Read more…

April 1, 2014
California Decline-to-State (DTS) Voters Show Strong Progressive, Pro-Environment Stance
Tulchin Research recently conducted a ground-breaking in-depth survey among 600 decline-to-state (DTS) voters in California on behalf of the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund. With DTS voters increasing from 15 to 20 percent of the electorate just since 2006, the purpose of the public opinion survey was to better understand this key swing and growing segment of voters and their attitudes toward various issues. The main focus of the survey centered on environmental concerns and also included questions addressing other relevant topics. Read more…

September 4, 2012
Latino Voters Take The Environment Personally
Sightline Daily – Anna Fahey
9-in-10 say we have “a moral responsibility to take care of God’s creation.” For overwhelming numbers of Latino voters in the US, protecting the environment seems to be a very personal matter. It’s a matter of protecting families and the health of loved ones, safeguarding communities’ way of life, and taking responsibility for the future. It’s a matter of safe jobs and neighborhoods. It’s about being true to one’s core values. Read more…

September 4, 2012
Most Californians believe global warming is serious, requires immediate action
Ventura County Star
Two-thirds of likely voters in California believe global warming is a serious threat and 64 percent believe steps need to be taken right now to counter its effects, a poll released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California finds. The poll, taken annually to measure Californians’ sentiment on environmental and energy issues, surveyed 2,500 California adults, including 1,131 likely voters, by landlines and cellphones from July 10- 24. The margin of error among likely voters is plus or minus 3.6 percent. The survey found continuing strong support, 62 percent, from likely voters for the state law to roll back greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, about a 25 percent reduction from current levels. Read more…

August 3, 2012
Californians See Global Warming as a Threat, and Support Action to Abate
POWER Engineering
Decision makers at every level across California should take notice of today’s affirmation that the public supports California’s efforts to respond to the causes of climate change. The results from the newly released Public Policy Institute of California’s annual survey of Californian attitudes towards the environment speak loud and clear: The majority of Californians see global warming as a serious threat to the state’s economy and their future quality of life and they continue to support measures to reduce green house gas emissions through the state’s cap and trade law. Read more…

August 3, 2012
Get Ready for The November 2012 Election! 
The November general election will be here soon and Californians Vote Green is already taking reservations for this fall. Once again, CVG will be targeting approximately 1.5 million voters throughout California. CVG is the most effective and cost efficient way to present your environmental message to your voters. Californians Vote Green is California’s only environmental slate card. Call CVG today to reserve space @ (530) 305-4134

August 1, 2011
Poll: Climate change weighs heavy on Californians’ minds
The Sacramento Bee
Two-thirds of likely California voters say global warming is a threat to the state’s economic future and quality of life, and a wide majority — 62 percent — continues to favor the state’s greenhouse gas reduction law, Assembly Bill 32, according to a new Public Policy Institute of California poll. Read more…

July 27, 2011
Green energy: California poll finds overwhelming support
A new statewide survey of environment issues conducted by the Public Policy Institute of California found more residents favor climate change policy, want to cut greenhouse gas emissions and believe they are already experiencing the effects of global warming. Read more »

July 2009
PPIC Statewide Survey: Californians and the Environment
Some findings of the current survey: – Solid majorities of Californians favor government regulation of greenhouse gas emissions and policies to curb global warming. – More Californians support than oppose expanding coastal oil drilling; even more favor improving fuel efficiency. – Three in four Californians say the state should expand public transit and use existing transportation networks more efficiently—only 18 percent say the state should build more freeways. Read more »

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