Mark DiCamillo

Field Poll

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Director of the Field Poll, a public-opinion news service based in San Francisco, and the oldest polling firm in California

Mark DiCamillo on KCRW

A new poll out of U.C. Berkeley finds that 8 in 10 registered Republicans in California have little to no trust in the news media.

Coloring the news, red and blue

A new poll out of U.C. Berkeley finds that 8 in 10 registered Republicans in California have little to no trust in the news media.

from The Mixer

Public opinion about elected officials goes up and down. In California it might depend, at least in part, on the weather.

Californians Feel Good about the Direction the State's Heading

Public opinion about elected officials goes up and down. In California it might depend, at least in part, on the weather.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Liberal New Yorkers called former Mayor Michael Bloomberg a government nanny when he tried to restrict so-called Big Gulps of high-sugar sodas.

The Soda Wars Have Come to California

Liberal New Yorkers called former Mayor Michael Bloomberg a government nanny when he tried to restrict so-called Big Gulps of high-sugar sodas.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

Massive solar projects will help California reach renewable energy goals, but not without costs to fragile desert ecosystems.

from Greater LA

By a quirk of redistricting, no one who lives in Monterey represents the county in Sacramento. Commentator Joe Mathews says that’s evidence our districts are way too big.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

California’s pretensions have acquired real weight.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for December 15, 2022.

The University of California has reached a tentative deal with striking workers on higher wages and cost-of-living increases. But other demands have yet to be met.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Greater LA’s special series, “Born & Razed,” closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. This rebroadcast of episode two focuses on Oxnard.

from Greater LA

Political violence is up. But commentator Joe Mathews says elected officials are not just victims of angry constituents, but often perpetrators of poisonous politics themselves.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Deadly mass shootings occurred in Half Moon Bay and Oakland on Monday, following Saturday’s massacre in Monterey Park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand