- Latino Voices: The Impacts of Crime and Criminal Justice Policies on Latinos. June 2014 report by Californians for Safety and Justice summarizes much of the polling data on this website, as well as including some other statistics.
- Attitudes towards criminal justice of California Latino voters. David Binder Research conducted a survey of 1,050 California Latinos (U.S. and foreign-born) in May/June 2014, asking a series of questions about opinions on criminal justice policies and priorities.
- New Poll Shows Major Support Among Latinos for Sentencing Reform. Latino Decisions released a survey in May 2014 showing California Latino support for reforming drug sentencing laws.
- Latino voters overwhelmingly favor a wide variety of proposals that would ease prison crowding. David Binder Research in July 2013 surveyed 1,600 California voters and provided this summary of Latino-specific responses.
- California Victims Report. This April 2013 report from Californians for Safety and Justice includes the first-ever data from California crime survivors, including Latinos, on their experiences and opinions. Supplement on Latino data available in Spanish.
- Percepciones post-electorales sobre la Proposición 36 y potenciales reformas futuras de la justicia criminal, por grupo étnico. FM3, in November 2012, surveyed 1,300 California voters and made available this Spanish language summary of Latino-specific results.
For additional resources, visit Californians for Safety and Justice’s resource page.
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