USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times February 2015 Poll

 USC Dornsife Press Releases

 To read the USC Dornsife press release on the poll relating to the California Dream click here.
To read the USC Dornsife press release on the poll relating to
University of California tuition increases click here.
To read the USC Dornsife press release on the poll relating to United States Senate candidate Kamala Harris click here.
 
Los Angeles Times Poll Articles

To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to the California Dream click here.
To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to Governor Jerry Brown and the 2016 presidential race click here.
To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to Assemblymember Rocky Chavez's United States Senate bid click here.
To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to University of California tuition increases click here.
To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin's decision not to run for United States Senate click here.
To read the Los Angeles Times analysis of the poll relating to United States Senate candidate Kamala Harris click here.

Poll Videos

U.C. Tuition: Poll Results February 2015

 

The Senate Race: Poll Results February 2015


The California Dream: Poll Results February 2015

 


 

 Poll Data Sets and Results
Greenberg Quinlan Rosner: Results

 


 Obama's Second Term:
Stronger at Home, Troubled Abroad?

Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The Rosen Room (RTCC 227)

Featuring:
Bob Shrum
, Political Consultant and USC Dornsife Carmen H. and Louis Warschaw Chair in Practical Politics 
Michael Davidson, CEO, Gen Next

Moderated by:
Dan Schnur, Executive Director, USC Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics
Nick Thomas, Member, USC College Republicans

Free food served at 11:30 AM
Discussion begins at 12:00 PM
Food and space are limited. First come, first served.

"Students Talk Back: A Politics and Public Policy Forum" is a series presented in partnership with the USC Dornsife College's Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, USC College Democrats, USC College Republicans and USC Daily Trojan.


 

   Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics Video  

 

 The mission of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics is to motivate students to become active in the world of politics and encourage public officials to participate in the daily life of USC. The following video features Executive Director Dan Schnur, friends and former staff, along with students who have applied their education through internships at every level of government -- from the White House, to the CA State Capitol and here locally at City Hall in Los Angeles.

Director's Corner


 How Netanyahu Can Calm the Political Storm Over His Speech 

The Wall Street Journal
February 11, 2015

On Monday, President Obama worried aloud that meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his upcoming trip to the U.S. would inject partisan politics into serious foreign policy discourse. Read more>


The 2015 State of the Union Address ... Brought to You By Elizabeth Warren

The Wall Street Journal
January 20, 2015

Sen. Warren is not the president of the United States, of course, and is unlikely to ever be. But the speech that Barack Obama delivers Tuesday night would not exist if it were not for Sen. Warren and her increasingly effective efforts to drive a more progressive and populist Democratic Party agenda. Read more>


California Democrats and Their (Impatient) Wait to Replace Barbara Boxer

The Wall Street Journal
January 8, 2015

There is a generation of Democratic politicians in California who have been waiting–not so patiently–to move up the political ladder. With Sen. Barbara Boxer‘s announcement that she will not run for re-election in 2016, and likely open seats for governor and the U.S. Senate two years later, a lot of pent-up energy and ambition is about to be unleashed on the nation’s largest state. As the field of potential candidates begins to sort itself out, here are some things to keep in mind: Read more>


 

The Disappearing Gov. Brown

Op-Ed, The Los Angeles Times
January 4, 2015

Has anyone seen the governor of California?

Four years ago, when Jerry Brown ran to succeed Hollywood-honed Arnold Schwarzenegger as governor, Brown's lower profile and septuagenarian “get off my lawn” countenance appealed to voters searching for a more traditional and less theatrical leader. After he was elected, Brown dramatically reduced the size of the governor's communications staff and cut back on the public events, press releases and interviews that most elected officials use to build support for their political and policy ambitions. Read more>

 

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