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Matt Levin

Matt Levin

Matt Levin is a data journalist for CALmatters. His work entails distilling complex policy topics into easily digestible charts and graphs and finding compelling original stories in data. Matt is a former research associate for the Public Policy Institute of California, where he specialized in poverty and social policy. Matt has reported for KQED’s The California Report, PBS Frontline, and Private Equity International Magazine. He has a Master’s in Public Policy from the University of California, Los Angeles and an MS in Journalism from the University of Southern California.

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California's Housing Crisis— It's Even Worse Than You Think

Half the state’s households struggle to afford the roof over their heads. Homeownership—once a staple of the California dream—is at its lowest rate since World War II. Nearly 70 percent of poor Californians see the majority of their paychecks go immediate
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Amid state housing crisis, why 2 out of 5 California millennials really still live at home
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California Lawmakers by the Numbers

White males alone account for nearly half of the Legislature.
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