9/11/2018

Should We Trust What The Polls Are Telling Us About the 2018 Mid-term Elections?

Common Hour: Should We Trust What The Polls Are Telling Us About the 2018 Mid-term Elections?

Berwood Yost
Director, Floyd Institute Center for Opinion Research; Director, Floyd Institute for Public Policy; Senior Adjunct Research Instructor at Franklin & Marshall College; and Co-Director, Franklin & Marshall College Poll

Yost discusses common beliefs and misperceptions about the performance of public polls during the 2016 election in order to understand what public polls are telling us about the 2018 mid-terms.  

This talk was proposed by Candace Roper and is sponosred by the Common Hour Committee.

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