The USC Dornsife Daybreak Poll of voters shows the former vice president with a 13-point lead in the suburbs and tied with the president among white suburbanites. [6½ min read]
The year’s version of USC’s groundbreaking Daybreak Poll provides three ways to estimate how Americans may vote in the 2020 presidential election. [3¼ min read]
But more than 1 in 4 think it’s too early to say. Meanwhile, Trump’s GOP primary voter support is unwavering, and Joe Biden holds steady in the Democratic field as Elizabeth Warren gains momentum. [2 ½ minute read]
As the top candidates vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination prepare to face off on Sept. 12, experts from USC provide insight and analysis in a Facebook Live event.
Scholarly leaders from USC Dornsife’s Center for the Political Future discuss the forces driving Americans apart and explore how those same forces could bring them together. [6 min read]
Led by political veterans Robert Shrum and Michael Murphy, the Center for the Political Future at USC Dornsife opens just as the 2018 midterm elections are heating up. [31/2 min read]
A new USC Dornsife/L.A. Times Poll reveals how California voters feel about hot-button issues for the 2018 primary and general elections and a proposal to amend Proposition 13.
President Trump’s approval rating remains low and largely unchanged from November, while a majority of all Californians and a growing number of people representing the diversity of the state — including Democrats, Republicans and even Trump supporters — think that things in California are going in the right direction.