A key focus of CCEP data analysis is identifying disparities and opportunities in civic participation across place and population in the state. The project also supports research that explores non-traditional measures of civic engagement, particularly those that may be more likely experienced by historically disadvantaged or disconnected groups. One unique contribution of the CCEP is its series of policy briefs on the 2012 election, each highlighting emerging analysis of the Latino, Asian and youth electorates. GIS spatial analysis is conducted highlighting hot spots of engagement by place and population in the state. See the CCEP’s national and state advisory committee here: http://regionalchange.ucdavis.edu/resources/california-civic-engagement-project-advisory-committee.
The CCEP invites inquiries and feedback on these data from all interested audiences. Click here to share your thoughts.
Video! Click here for coverage of CCEP Latino and Asian Policy Brief Findings by the UC Davis Agriculture and Natural Resources New Division.
CCEP Releases New Issue Brief on California's Vote-by-Mail Use!
The California Civic Engagement Project (CCEP), in partnership with the Future of California Elections, is releasing a new issue brief examining California's vote-by-mail ballots.
Disparities in California's Vote-by-Mail Use Changing Demographic Composition: 2002-2012
This new research is the first comprehensive analysis of the changing composition of California's vote-by-mail voters over the past decade.
Click here to download the policy brief!
Click here to read the press release.
Click here to explore detailed data tables and maps from the new brief.
Please visit the CCEP's searchable DATA HUB here or click on the data categories below.
Data Currently Available:
Related Data Resources:
Click here to see an enlarged version of the pictured map.
|Data Sources/Methods||Links||Advisory Committee||Related Publications|