Gov. Jerry Brown has little to lose as he faces his Republican challenger in the only gubernatorial debate on the calendar this election season.
Nearly half of Californians say the state’s first increase in the minimum wage in six years isn’t enough and should be raised even further, according to a new Field Poll.
A majority of Americans think lifetime ban and fine imposed on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was the right punishment, but the public is more divided on whether Sterling should be forced to sell the team.
Gov. Jerry Brown has a big lead as he seeks re-election to an unprecedented fourth term, far outpacing any of the three top Republican challengers, according to a Field Poll released Wednesday.
Voters in Southern California and across the state increasingly disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance, according to a new Field Poll.
Gov. Jerry Brown enjoys a record high 54 percent approval rating among California voters.
A new Field Poll finds strong support for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton among California voters as she considers whether to seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.
A new Field Poll finds that 51 percent of California voters say they approve of the job Gov. Jerry Brown is doing and that most are inclined to re-elect him next year.
A new Field Poll finds that support for President Barack Obama has slipped 10 points in the last five months among California voters.
Eric Garcetti and Wendy Greuel did some last-minute campaigning around Los Angeles one day before Tuesday’s runoff election for mayor.
The race for the next Mayor of Los Angeles is heating up less than two weeks before voters head to the polls.
Adults, not teenagers, are more of a problem when it comes to the alarming act of texting and driving, according to a new AT&T survey.
Californians say it’s more important to protect people from gun violence than to protect their right to own a firearm, according to the largest statewide poll of registered voters.
The five leading candidates to replace Antonio Villaraigosa as LA mayor have spent a ton of money on TV advertising and despite this — or maybe because of this — a new poll suggests there is widespread apathy going into Tuesday’s runoff election.
According to an annual poll by Marist College in New York, “Whatever” tops the list for the fourth straight year.