Thirty-eight percent of Californians oppose NFL players protesting racial inequality by kneeling during the national anthem at games.
Californians strongly oppose Trump — and 53% say state's members of Congress should 'never' work with him
California voters remain opposed to President Trump and defend immigrants — but are ambivalent about elected officials working with the administration.
More than 50% of respondents in a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll ahead of the 2018 gubernatorial primary favored California's new sanctuary state law, and 60% said undocumented immigrants strengthen the economy.
Californians overwhelmingly support Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s reelection bid,, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll. Voters are more divided in the governor’s race, creating a closer contest between Democrats Gavin Newsom and Antonio Villaraigosa.
As Hillary Clinton's margin tops 1 million and heads toward 2 million, a post-election poll of California voters shows how different the state electorate is than the national voter pool
The final USC/Los Angeles Times survey shows Clinton with a big lead in California and greatly improved popularity with voters.
Orange County Rep. Loretta Sanchez's aggressive attacks against her rival in the U.S. Senate race, and her appeals to Republicans, have not paid off, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles poll.
If their candidate loses the White House on election day, California voters want the victor put under a microscope by Congress, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
A new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll shows continued strong support for Gov. Jerry Brown's Proposition 57
Defeat is likely for both death penalty measures on the ballot, poll finds. Analysts say California voters' core values on capital punishment remain unswayed.
With election day a week away, a new poll shows 58% of likely voters support legalizing recreational use of marijuana.
California voters are becoming more concerned about healthcare costs than about whether they have insurance
Six years after President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, the health reform law has gained acceptance from a majority of California voters, but the cost
Californians strongly back the state’s minimum wage increase even though they believe the wage hike will hurt their pocketbooks and the state’s economy.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in a tight race in California as the campaign batters her popularity
Los Angeles Times poll of Democratic presidential primary voters and November presidential match-ups
Loretta Sanchez leads among just a few major categories of voters as she attempts to make it past Tuesday's primary, a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll found. Latino voters prefer the daughter of Mexican immigrants, a Democratic congresswoman from Orange, above her closest rival by 27 points and she leads narrowly in Southern California as a whole. Still, Sanchez he trails Democratic Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris 28% to 20% among likely primary voters overall.
Most California voters think illegal immigration is a problem, but don't see mass deportation as the answer
Almost two-thirds of California voters believe that illegal immigration is a major problem in the state, but by even larger majorities they reject the idea of mass deportations and favor allowing those currently living in the country without authorization to stay and apply for citizenship.
California voters have grown more optimistic about the economy, but persistent concerns about the future and about the impact of international trade deals have
California's U.S. Senate campaign appears stuck in a political stasis, with nearly a third of voters still undecided about who to support in a race lost in the shadow of the nation's presidential contest, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
As he stood behind a podium to announce a brokered deal to raise California's minimum wage, Gov. Jerry Brown seemed unfazed by the suggestion that the agreement offered a glimpse into his political success. The compromise, Brown said, was simply a product of knowledge gained from years on the job.
As California primary nears, even Sanders supporters are uniting behind Clinton and against a common enemy: Trump
Most of Sen. Bernie Sanders' supporters in California say they expect that come November, Hillary Clinton will be elected president -- and, by and large,
Riding a rebellion fueled by opposition to illegal immigration and pessimism about the nation's future, Donald Trump leads a scrambling duo of competitors less than three months before California's Republican presidential primary, a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times statewide poll has found.
Californians are generally supportive of those in the country illegally, but are divided on laws allowing them to obtain driver's licenses and practice law.
While Gov. Brown says California has done enough to meet a court order to cut prison populations, voters would consider other options as long as public safety wasn't jeopardized, a poll shows..
In new USC Dornsife/L.A. Times poll, 59% of respondents said increasing online classes at public universities will make education more affordable and accessible.