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Marist Poll
5 hours ago:   Friday Mar 22 - 9:01am
Our podcast about podcasting! Thank you @edisonresearch’s @webby2001 for sharing the highlights of The Infinite Dial 2019 study with the Poll Hub team. https://t.co/MFNhHTpM9m

Marist Poll
4 days ago:   Sunday Mar 17 - 7:46pm
A lot goes on behind the scenes to report the news to the public. @whca president @OKnox shares the logistical details of covering the White House… That’s on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
4 days ago:   Sunday Mar 17 - 5:03pm
Wait! The presidential election is still a year-and-a-half away. So, why are we talking about the Electoral College? The answer on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
5 days ago:   Sunday Mar 17 - 8:25am
Is it the role of the press to counter the “enemy of the people” narrative? We asked that question to @whca president @OKnox. Hear his answer on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
5 days ago:   Saturday Mar 16 - 5:41pm
What @realDonaldTrump’s statewide job approval ratings could mean to his 2020 re-election chances… That’s on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
5 days ago:   Saturday Mar 16 - 2:45pm
Electoral pathways? Are pundits stumbling into the same pothole as 2016? Hear our take on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
6 days ago:   Saturday Mar 16 - 9:35am
Are journalists in greater physical danger today than in other points in time? Hear the discussion on this week’s Poll Hub. Our special guest is @whca president @OKnox. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
6 days ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 7:14pm
.@whca president @OKnox draws a distinction between pre and post February 2017. Why? The answer on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
6 days ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 5:21pm
How will @realDonaldTrump perform in the 2020 Electoral College? His statewide job approval ratings may be a hint. We explain on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. (Thanks to @Gallup for doing the heavy lifting). https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Friday Mar 15 - 12:44pm
The @whca is best known for its annual black tie dinner, but its mission is so much more. On this week’s episode of Poll Hub, @whca president & Chief DC Correspondent for @SIRIUSXM @OKnox provides a glimpse into the organization’s role & responsibilities. https://t.co/KHPBqcaDLB

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 13 - 5:16pm
Where in the world is @JayDeDapper? He’s halfway around the globe and still found a poll story. Find out what and where on Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Wednesday Mar 13 - 10:33am
Why we ask NYS job approval ratings the way we do… That’s on our latest episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 12 - 6:57pm
Are New York Dems happy… with the current field of 2020 Democratic candidates? We dig into our latest @NBCNewYork on Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 12 - 11:11am
What are the parallels between politics in the U.S. and India? You might be surprised. Hear our discussion on the latest episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Tuesday Mar 12 - 10:20am
.@NYGovCuomo’s job approval rating has dipped. Why? @LeeMiringoff shares his thoughts on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 11 - 7:33pm
What does polling in the U.S. have in common with polling in India? We have a report from @jaydedapper who is on the ground in the region! Here’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 11 - 3:53pm
Lots of attention is being given to whether or not NYC Mayor @BilldeBlasio will run for president in 2020. But, few New York Democrats say they would be happy with the mayor on the campaign trail. Find out more on Poll Hub. https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Monday Mar 11 - 2:45pm
Which Democratic presidential candidate would make NY Dems the happiest? We break down the results of our new poll with @NBCNewYork… on Poll Hub. Take a listen https://t.co/nCHJlJPZrR

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:12pm
NY voters divide about the direction of NY State. 49% say NY is moving in the wrong direction; 47% believe NY is moving in the right direction. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:10pm
57% of New Yorkers support legalizing recreational marijuana in NY. Opinions differ along party likes. 65% of Dems and 58% of indies support the proposal. 60% of GOP oppose it. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:08pm
38% of registered NY voters believe @NYGovCuomo doing an excellent or good job in office, down from 42% from last April. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:06pm
.@BetoORourke and @amyklobuchar both suffer from low name rec. among NY Dems. But, Dems consider O’Rourke to be the more acceptable candidate at 38% compared with Klobuchar at 29%. 41% would not be happy with Klobuchar as the nominee. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:04pm
Do tri-state Dem. prez. candidates get the nod from NY Dems? 50% would be happy w/@CoryBooker as the nominee; 45% see @SenGillibrand as an acceptable nominee. 40% don't. NY Dems would be overwhelmingly unhappy (65%) w/@BilldeBlasio atop Dem tix @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:02pm
Among NY Democrats, @JoeBiden (78%), @BernieSanders (61%), and @ewarren (51%) are considered the most acceptable candidates in 2020. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Mar 6 - 5:00pm
More than 6 in 10 NY Dems (62%) prefer a 2020 nominee who is progressive rather than moderate (35%), but @JoeBiden is the most acceptable candidate in the state. @NBCNewYork https://t.co/gYRCxs2HZp

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 10:33pm
From politics to pet statistics, we’ve got it all on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. Check it out! https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 3:32pm
Polling isn’t just for politics. What polls tell us about our furry friends and why we just cannot escape the methodological debate… on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Mar 3 - 7:12am
Poll Hub just can’t get enough of 2020! On this week’s podcast episode, why @realDonaldTrump is well-positioned to take on a potential primary challenger. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 2 - 10:58pm
To say the 2020 Democratic field is wide is an understatement of gigantic proportions. What should poll watchers keep tabs on as the contest progresses? We’ve got the answer on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 2 - 2:03pm
What could these adorable, four-legged, furry friends have in common with polls? The answer on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. (Thanks @carvalhobarb for brightening our day with your adorable pooches!) https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB https://t.co/sPlijgbhl4


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Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Mar 2 - 9:17am
Can @realDonaldTrump survive a primary challenge? We share the metric used to assess that prospect. That’s on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 5:58pm
So, you want to run for president on the GOP ticket against @realDonaldTrump? You better keep an eye on the prez’s approval rating among his base. The details on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 3:07pm
Poll Hub goes to the dogs, cats, birds, fish, reptiles, & just about every other pet you can imagine! Why the number of pets in the United States is a hard figure to come by. Our discussion with @karinbrulliard of @washingtonpost is a must listen. https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Friday Mar 1 - 2:39pm
On this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, what history tells us about primary challenges to an incumbent president. Take a listen https://t.co/NB5BOUJQjB

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Tuesday Feb 26 - 4:30pm
Bipartisan agreement exists on requiring background checks on the sale of firearms at gun shows. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/XM5vnM35Qy


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Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Feb 24 - 10:31pm
Is the nation moving away from the Imperial Presidency and toward an era of greater congressional power? Check out Poll Hub with @EKamarck of @BrookingsGov. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Feb 24 - 3:30pm
Is a candidate’s social media presence a leading indicator of who’s ahead and who’s behind in the presidential contest? Our analysis on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Feb 24 - 7:16am
Is @realDonaldTrump’s attempt at keeping his base strong a secret to his success, or does the tactic lack effectiveness? We break it down with @EKamarck of @BrookingsGov on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Feb 23 - 10:59pm
What can the 2020 candidates’ social media followers tell us about the presidential contest? A lot. We explain on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Feb 23 - 2:23pm
How does @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of national emergency differ from those of past presidents? We welcomed @EKamarck of @BrookingsGov to Poll Hub where she offered her perspective. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Feb 23 - 10:18am
Is there a correlation between a candidate’s social media following and how they are doing in the polls? We pick up that question on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 9:47pm
Is @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of a national emergency the defining action of his Presidency? Find out more on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 6:42pm
What is the intersection between social media and the likes of @SenSanders & @realDonaldTrump? We’ll tell you on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. (HINT: It has something to do with 2020) https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Feb 22 - 2:30pm
When is a national emergency a national emergency? @EKamarck of @BrookingsGov joins this week’s episode of Poll Hub. Listen to her take https://t.co/pku0cs3L8w

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:05pm
54% of voters – incl. 85% of Dems, 55% of indies, & 11% of GOP – report @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of a nat’l emergency makes them less likely to vote for DT in 2020. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:05pm
Six in ten Americans (60%) – incl. 88% of Dems, 60% of indies, & 21% of GOP – think @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of a nat’l emergency should be legally challenged in court. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:04pm
Among white Evangelical Christians, 67% approve of the nat’l emergency; 26% disapprove. 70% think there's an emergency along the border; 22% don't. 69% say the declaration is w/in the scope of @realDonaldTrump’s power; 23% see it as an abuse.@NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:04pm
Most GOP align w/@realDonaldTrump on the declaration of the nat’l emergency. Most Dems oppose it. More than 1/10 GOP disapprove of the declaration (12%), don’t perceive an emergency along the border (12%), & say it’s a misuse of power (14%). @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:03pm
A majority of Americans (57%) consider @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of a national emergency to “build the wall” to be an abuse of power. 39% say it is a proper use of executive power. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Tuesday Feb 19 - 12:03pm
61% of Americans disapprove of @realDonaldTrump’s declaration of a nat’l emergency to build a southern border wall. 58% do not think there is a nat’l emergency along the border. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/qZ1UifImES

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 17 - 10:35pm
Can we expect a Democratic map in 2020? We discuss on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 17 - 3:57pm
On this week’s Poll Hub, Americans’ views of the NRA. Plus, how attitudes have and have not changed one year after the Parkland shooting. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 17 - 2:30pm
What do Americans see as common sense gun reform? We provide insight thanks to the latest @NPR/@NewsHour/Marist Poll. Take a listen to Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 17 - 7:10am
What is the one thing we know for certain about the 2020 presidential electorate? We have the answer on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 11:00pm
The survivors of the Parkland tragedy continue to speak out about gun violence in our country. On this week’s edition of Poll Hub, we discuss whether or not Americans still think their voices are having an impact on the gun control debate. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 2:04pm
How’s the weather? It depends on who you ask! We explain on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 12:03pm
It’s @LeeMiringoff’s favorite subject – the 2020 presidential race! On this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub, what we may be able to expect from the 2020 electorate. Our thanks to @pewresearch for doing the legwork! https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 10:39am
White Americans and non-white Americans have vastly different views of gun violence in the United States & the level of safety in their local schools. We break down the latest @NPR/@NewsHour/Marist Poll numbers in this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 16 - 8:55am
One year after the Parkland tragedy, urgency for congressional action on gun control has waned. What Americans agree and disagree on when it comes to gun reform… That’s on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dquCVBlRgR

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 4:45pm
RT @nprpolitics: In the immediate aftermath of Parkland mass shooting last year, 71 percent of Americans said laws covering the sale of firearms should be stricter. Now, it's 51 percent, according to a new NPR/Marist/@NewsHour poll. https://t.co/LiroXB5pY1 https://t.co/f4yRI04bns


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Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 2:10pm
RT @NewsHour: The week after a mass shooting killed 17 at a high school in #Parkland, FL, 71 percent of Americans said they wanted stricter gun sale laws A year later, that enthusiasm has faded to 51 percent, according to a @PBS @NewsHour/ @NPR/@Marist poll READ MORE: https://t.co/aYFSG6sCNT https://t.co/OX4MBoE0rj


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Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:38am
Strong consensus on measures to reduce gun violence: bkgrnd checks for gun show purchases (82%), mental health checks (79%), school safety resource officers/armed guards (72%), banning high capacity ammo clips (65%), nat'l database (64%), banning sale of semi-automatic guns(60%)

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:37am
Favorability of the NRA: 42% favorable; 42% unfavorable. Among gun owners, 62% favorable; 24% unfavorable. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:37am
38% of Americans have been a victim of gun violence or know someone who has. 31% of white residents, compared with 48% of non-whites, have had this experience. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:36am
58% of Americans have a favorable impression of the Parkland students speaking out about the shooting at their school. 64% think they are having an impact on the gun debate in this country. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:36am
53% of Americans, incl. 52% of parents of K-12 students, worry that a school shooting could happen in their community. Women lead the feeling of concern @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:36am
30% of Americans, including 28% of parents in grades K-12, do not think their local schools are safe from gun violence. Non-white residents (39%) are more likely than whites (24%) to have this fear. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:36am
Allowing school teachers to carry guns (39%) is the least popular proposal to curb gun violence. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:35am
58% of Americans say the constitutional right to own & carry a gun is just as important as other rights. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:35am
A majority of Americans (58%) say it is more important to control gun violence, a growing proportion since Newtown, than to protect gun rights (37%). Among non-white residents, 67% to 28%. Among whites, 53% to 44%. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:35am
Urgency wanes, 42% of Americans, down from 52% last April, say Congress should immediately take up gun control but not resolve. 71% then & now see gun reform as priority. Non-white res (53%) urge immediate action more so than white res (35%) @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:32am
51% of Americans, down from 71% in the immediate aftermath of the Parkland shooting, believe the laws governing the sale of firearms should be stricter. Only 10% think gun laws should be relaxed @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:32am
49% of Americans think gun violence in the country will remain the problem it is now. 39% say it will be a bigger worry in the coming years. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Thursday Feb 14 - 11:31am
New poll w/@NPR & @NewsHour: 59% of Americans say their 1st reaction after a mass shooting is the nation needs stricter gun laws. https://t.co/ts5srbRaew

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 10 - 10:53pm
Is the nation headed for another government shutdown? @mmarkmurraypolitics of @NBCNews provides his opinion. Here’s this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 10 - 3:55pm
The State of the Union Address isn’t just about the words. It’s also about the optics. The impact of the “women in white…” that’s on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 10 - 7:15am
On this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub, @realDonaldTrump’s emphasis on immigration policy. Is it a winner or loser for the president? Hear our discussion when @mmurraypolitics of @NBCNews joins Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 9 - 10:35pm
How does @realDonaldTrump’s State of the Union Address compare with those of the past? Our special guest on this week’s podcast is @mmurraypolitics of @NBCNews. He puts the speech in historical context. Here’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 9 - 2:56pm
In this week’s episode of Poll Hub, we chat with @BrookeDiPalma, Marist Class of 2018 and director of @psiloveyouday, about how the organization has grown and how you can make a difference! https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 9 - 2:02pm
He calls @realDonaldTrump’s State of the Union Address, “Vintage Trump.” What does @mmurraypolitics of @NBCNews mean? He explains on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 9 - 10:35am
The State of the Union Address was an opportunity for @realDonaldTrump to pivot and reset his message. Did he? @mmurraypolitics of @NBCNews joins the discussion on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 8 - 10:11pm
The State of the Union is in the rearview mirror, what should we make of the polls immediately following @realDonaldTrump’s speech? We’ll tell you on this week’s podcast episode. Here’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 8 - 6:23pm
The story of how one @Marist alum summoned the strength to turn personal tragedy into a crusade against bullying, depression, & suicide. We speak with @BrookeDiPalma, director of @psiloveday, on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62Kvadbc

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 8 - 3:25pm
Is there a lasting impact of the SOTU for the @realDonaldTrump? We ask @mmurraypolitics of @NBCNews on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 8 - 3:09pm
If you’re not wearing purple today, go change! Today marks the 9th @psiloveyouday. The organization’s director, @BrookeDiPalma, @Marist Class of ’18, shares her very personal story of tragedy & triumph. That’s on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/zP62KvrOzM

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 3 - 10:50pm
ICYMI: On this week’s Poll Hub, the impact of third party candidates on presidential elections. Plus, a discussion with the president of the @NAHJ. Don’t miss it! https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 3 - 3:56pm
The Latino community is very diverse. So, how do pollsters capture public opinion accurately? An open discussion with @HugoBalta, President of the @NAHJ, on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Feb 3 - 7:33am
.@HowardSchulz’s announcement that he may run for president as an independent in 2020 has Democrats in an uproar. Should Dems really be concerned? On this week’s Poll Hub, the role of third party presidential candidates. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 2 - 10:58pm
The recent attention paid to our latest @NPR / @NewsHour / Marist Poll underscores the need for methodological transparency. Hear the discussion on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 2 - 2:02pm
On this week’s Poll Hub, pres. of the @NAHJ @HugoBalta shares his concerns about how Latino Americans are represented in polls. Hear a candid discussion on this week’s podcast. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Feb 2 - 10:18am
In this week’s episode of Poll Hub, the impact of third party candidates on the major party presidential candidates. Take a listen. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 1 - 5:58pm
Are third party presidential candidates spoilers for major party candidates? We pick up that question on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 1 - 3:15pm
Poll Hub welcomes @HugoBalta, pres. of @NAHJ, to the Poll Hub table to discuss his concerns about how reporters frame and read public opinion polls. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Feb 1 - 10:42am
.@HowardSchultz’s announcement that he might run as an independent gave us the opportunity to go back in time and look at the impact of 3rd party pres. candidates. What’s the impact? Here’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/1Jrun1naqZ

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Jan 27 - 4:00pm
Political party, race, education level… you see them on our poll tables. But how do we decide which crosstabs to include? Let’s get poll geeky on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dBREC4x141

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Jan 27 - 7:12am
The decision about whether or not to include a question about citizenship in the 2020 U.S. Census has serious ramifications. What’s the status of the legal battle? @NPR’s @hansilowang has an update on this week’s edition of Poll Hub. https://t.co/dBREC4x141

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Jan 26 - 11:01pm
Why understanding the story and the science behind polls is important… check out our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dBREC4x141

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Jan 26 - 2:00pm
On this week’s Poll Hub, why our recent @NPR / @NewsHour / Marist Poll raised a few eyebrows (including those of @realDonaldTtrump). Plus, the decision to include a citizenship question in the U.S. Census. https://t.co/dBREC4x141

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Jan 26 - 9:05am
Why one number in our recent @NPR / @NewsHour / Marist Poll received so much attention… that’s on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dBREC4x141

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Jan 25 - 5:56pm
How do we decide which crosstabs to include in our tables? We tell you on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/dBREC4x141