December 3, 2007 | CUNY Lecture Series
Has media coverage of the presidential campaign morphed into a poll-driven horse race? Are poll-centric pundits unduly influencing election outcomes? The virtues and shortcomings of opinion polling are explored in this panel moderated by Mickey Blum, director of the Baruch Survey Research Unit, and featuring Kellyanne Conway, President and CEO of the Polling Company; Maurice Carroll, Director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, and Douglas Schoen, a political strategist for Bill Clintonâ€™s 1996 re-election.
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