Research conducted by the California45th group
Our membership includes educated professionals who have volunteered to use their skills in the pursuit of facts that are logical and verifiable. We intend to research various aspects of the district, ranging from constituent characteristics, public opinion and business/industry characteristics to better inform public debate on policy issues.
CA45th Research Report #1: Citizen at Birth vs. Naturalized Citizens and Voter Registration: Implications for Elections in the 45th Congressional District
CA45th Public Opinion Poll #1: What registered voters in the 45th Congressional District think are the most important issues facing people in April/May 2017, as well as how they rate their elected representative, Mimi Walters.
CA45th Research Report #2: Party Registration Trends in the 45th Congressional District
CA45th Public Opinion Poll #2: Report of a survey monkey poll of registered voters in Mission Viejo June 6-July 10, 2017; majority opposition to President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.
CA45th Public Opinion Poll #3: What registered voters in the 45th Congressional District think is the most important problem facing the country in July 2017, their positions on healthcare, economic growth, the environment, immigration and financial deregulation, as well as how they rate their elected representative, Mimi Walters.
CA45th White Paper #1: In advance of the upcoming 2018 midterm election, this White paper summarizes demographic information, issue positions and voter turnout for Non Party Preference (NPP) voters in the 45th Congressional District.
CA45th Public Opinion Poll #4: Majority opposition in the district to tax plan before Congress. Survey administered to registered voters September-October 2017.
CA45th Public Opinion Poll #5: A majority of registered voters prefer their Congressional Representative to compromise in the best interest of their constituents; more are able to identify Mimi Walters as their Representative in Congress and evaluate her job performance.