While many reject the idea of state secession as a fantasy of just a few, a new survey revealed that a majority of Californians feel they’d be happier if their state was no longer part of the United States.
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The author of this remarkable book, Christopher Zurn, is a professor of philosophy at UMass Boston and describes his work as “research in social and “Book Review: Splitsville USA”
YouGov is about two-thirds of the way through collecting data for The Independent Californian Poll, and we should have results for you all in the ““The chillest secession poll ever”—Read the script!”
Last Monday, I filed an amicus brief with the California Supreme Court, in the case Legislature v. Weber (S281977). The case attempts to determine whether “Why I filed an amicus brief with California’s Supreme Court”
UPDATE: Thanks to your generous donations, the first ever comprehensive, scientific poll about California independence will start on Monday, Feb. 5.
Our data was cited on page 34 of Immigrant Voting and the Movement for Inclusion in San Francisco, a joint publication of Chinese for Affirmative “Democracy Deserts data cited in immigrant voting rights report”
What if a city held an election, and less than half the adults who lived in that city were allowed to vote? Would you call that city a democracy?
Data on “democracy deserts” provided by C.C. Marin of the Independent California Institute show that more than 22.1% of voting-age adults in Los Angeles can’t vote. A quarter of voters in cities as different as Cupertino, Anaheim, and my mom’s hometown of Hawthorne are disenfranchised.
ICI urges state to stand up for civil rights As the US Supreme Court becomes ever more scornful of individual rights, the residents of California “Time for California to step up (Yes on Prop 1)”