Key findings from the current survey:
- Six in ten Californians think that when today’s children grow up, they will be worse off financially than their parents.
- About seven in ten Californians are still either very or somewhat worried that someone in their family will get sick from coronavirus, while two in three worry that the pandemic will hurt their finances.
- In the past year, 43 percent of households with incomes under $40,000 had someone with reduced work hours or pay.
- A majority of Democrats and most Republicans support increased public funding for job training so that more workers have the skills needed for today’s jobs.