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In a survey of over 1,000 Californians, we found substantial divides in public opinion on issues related to constitutional change. Beyond partisan differences, there are racial and ethnic divides as well as unexpected differences between counties. Latinos and Asian-Americans (the growing "new" California electorate) are less dissatisfied with the initiative process, less eager to change California's constitution to restrict direct democracy, and more likely to be unsure about their views ondoi:10.5070/p2nk5p fatcat:brxawaoyijbj3drz6jnjquesbu