Opinions on Guns
In the aftermath of mass shootings in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay, what do California voters think about the state’s efforts to regulate guns?
GOP in California
Though a blue state, California has lots of Republican voters, making it one of the biggest prizes in the GOP primary. How is the race shaping up?
With Sen. Dianne Feinstein having announced that she won’t seek another term, the race to replace her has heated up. Two Southern California Democrats have taken a strong early position for the state’s top-two primary.
Voters in De León’s council district disapprove of the job he’s doing, have an unfavorable impression of him personally and believe the embattled council member puts his own interests ahead of theirs, new poll finds.
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass starts her tenure with a favorable image, despite doubts about public safety policies. By contrast, the City Council remains deeply unpopular.
Opinions on Immigration
A large majority of Americans say that immigration benefits the country and the U.S. should continue to give asylum to people fleeing persecution.
L.A. Mayoral Race
Bass holds a narrow edge, but tens of millions of dollars in negative ads have powered Caruso into striking distance.
A collection of data sheets from various polling methods used for Times stories.
Race for Sheriff
Retired Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna has gained support among likely voters in the race for Los Angeles County sheriff as he holds a solid lead over incumbent Alex Villanueva, according to a new poll.
Tax measure appears at risk as well. Governor seems headed to easy reelection.
Abortion in California
Governor has strong lead for reelection, even though voters see the state on the wrong track.
Californians have little appetite for a rematch of the 2020 presidential race, according to a new UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll, with strong majorities of the state’s voters hoping neither President Biden nor former President Trump run again in two years.
Mayoral Primary Race
Bass takes small edge in final pre-primary poll, but neither candidate seems likely to hit the 50% in Tuesday’s primary needed to win outright.
Voters in Los Angeles have serious concerns about the LAPD but little desire for a smaller force amid increased crime, according to a new poll.
The share of California voters saying their taxes are too high has grown. A new poll comes amid inflation and many in the state feeling economic stress.
Voters like how President Biden handled the Ukraine war but not inflation, and his standing is middling in California. Kamala Harris fares less well.
Love it or Leave it?
A poll found that most Angelenos really seem to like living here, even with the city’s flaws.
More California Politics
Concerns about rising crime and the homelessness crisis emerged as the top issues driving voter dissatisfaction with Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Fifty-nine percent of voters said they would support changing the law to potentially allow for more felony prosecutions.