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New Poll Results: 67% of Californians support a bill to curb racial profiling

August 13th, 2015 · Poll release

New Tulchin Research Poll Shows Majority of California Voters Support ACLU-backed Assembly Bill 953 to Curb Racial ProfilingA new Tulchin Research poll, conducted on behalf of the ACLU of California Center for Advocacy & Policy, finds that a solid majority of voters in California believe police discriminate against communities of color and support proposals to […]

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New California Statewide Poll Finds Strong Support for Legalizing, Regulating and Taxing Marijuana

October 21st, 2013 · Blog, Company News, Issues, News, Poll release

New Tulchin Research Poll Is Part of the ACLU’s Effort to Form a Blue Ribbon Panel on Marijuana Legalization Lead by Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom A new Tulchin Research poll finds that a solid majority of voters in California support a proposal to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana. The ACLU Thursday released results from this […]

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New CA Statewide Poll Results on Criminal Justice Issues

September 28th, 2012 · Blog, Issues, News, Poll release

New California Statewide Poll Finds Strong Support for Alternatives to Jail for Non-Violent Offenders, Strong Opposition to Building More Jails Tulchin Research recently conducted a statewide survey among likely California voters to assess public opinion toward budget priorities and criminal justice issues one year into the state’s “realignment” plan to shift certain public safety responsibilities […]

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Poll Release: 70% Of Californians Support Revising State’s Drug Laws

May 23rd, 2012 · Blog, Issues, News, Poll release, Press

Tulchin Research Poll Shows Support for Drug Law Reform Crosses Party & Geographic Lines Voters overwhelmingly believe that California’s prisons and jails are overcrowded and want more alternatives to incarceration for non-violent offenders, according to new poll released today. Support for the shift is truly bipartisan and consistent across the state, explained researcher Ben Tulchin […]

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