UC Berkeley report shows increasing number of Democratic voters in CA

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According to a UC Berkeley study, while the number of registered voters in California has increased by 8.5 million people since 19990, the number of Republicans who are registered in California has remained at 5.3 million people. The study also revealed that the percentage of Latino and Asian voters in the state has significantly increased throughout the past 30 years.

A poll released Tuesday by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, indicates that the past 30 years have seen a dramatic change in California’s racial and ethnic composition and a relative decline in the state’s Republican Party registration rate.
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UC Berkeley students can play a most immediate and hugely impactful nationwide role by reaching out to fellow students, parents and friends both across California and across the country to highlight how doubling down on equitable clean energy projects offers a rare and genuine win-win at a time when the country is more divided than ever.
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The personal and the political

Last week’s piece was not a reflection of my personal views, but rather an investigation into why a growing number of left-leaning California voters feel that the current political system fails to represent their values.
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