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USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll

The USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences/Los Angeles Times Poll project is a series of statewide public opinion polls in California, designed to survey voter attitudes on a wide range of political, policy, social and cultural issues.

Conducted at regular intervals throughout the year, the USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll is one of the largest polls of registered voters in the state and has been widely cited, helping to inform the public and to encourage discourse on key political and policy issues.

This site serves as a repository for surveys, data sets, polling results, videos, press releases and links to related news media articles. Please follow the project on Twitter (@usclatpoll) to receive alerts when new polls and results are forthcoming.

 

September 2014 Poll Results

Data

 

USC Dornsife Press Releases

Calif. voters split on whether children crossing border illegally should be allowed to stay (Sept. 15, 2014)

Support for Prop. 46 Drops Steeply as Voters Hear Initiative Details (Sept. 13, 2014)

Most Californians don’t feel mistreated by police, but believe others have been unfairly targeted (Sept. 13, 2014)

Jerry Brown Holds Large Lead in California Governor's Race (Sept. 12, 2014)

PRESS CALL 9/15: Results from USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll on Governor race, Proposition 46, Youth immigrants and Police relations (Sept. 11, 2014)

 

Los Angeles Times Poll Articles

Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally (Sept. 15, 2014)

Weak support for Prop. 46 targeting medical malpractice (Sept. 13, 2014)

Voters mostly approve of police, but views split along racial lines (Sept. 13, 2014)

Only 1 in 4 likely voters can identify Gov. Jerry Brown's opponent (Sept. 12, 2014)