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Marist Poll
6 hours ago:   Sunday Jan 20 - 3:35pm
On this week’s episode Poll Hub, how Americans’ economic anxiety has changed over time & how men & women differ in their perspectives. @edisonresearch’s Mary Meyn joins the team to discuss the latest figures from the @Marketplace @edisonresearch survey. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
14 hours ago:   Sunday Jan 20 - 7:28am
The impact of the government shutdown on @realDonaldTrump’s reputation… We take a look at the latest @NewsHour/Marist Poll numbers on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
23 hours ago:   Saturday Jan 19 - 11:05pm
His “bromance” with @BarackObama was legendary! But are Dems starry eyed about a potential @JoeBiden presidential bid in 2020? We share how his favorable rating stacks up with the rest of the potential Democratic field. Check out our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/HBiS0ftzvJ

Marist Poll
1 day ago:   Saturday Jan 19 - 2:01pm
Poll geeks get ready! We offer insight into why we word our poll questions the way that we do. That’s on tap in this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
1 day ago:   Saturday Jan 19 - 10:14am
Women are more stressed out than men about the economy. Is there a bright side for women? @edisonresearch’s Mary Meyn is our special guest on this week’s Poll Hub. She shares the results of the latest @Marketplace @edisonresearch survey on the topic. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 9:45pm
.@JoeBiden is the best known & most-liked potential 2020 Dem. primary candidate. That’s according to our poll w/ @NPR & @NewsHour. Could @JoeBiden be called the Democratic front-runner if he enters the field? This week’s episode of Poll Hub has the answer. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 5:59pm
Do men or women lose more sleep over their personal finances? @edisonresearch’s Mary Meyn joins Poll Hub to discuss the latest findings of the @Marketplace @edisonresearch survey on economic anxiety. https://t.co/ftFh61sFrY

Marist Poll
2 days ago:   Friday Jan 18 - 2:15pm
On this week’s Poll Hub, we break down our latest national @NPR/@NewsHour/Marist Poll numbers. Plus, a look at economic anxiety & how it differs between men & women. Don’t miss this week’s podcast episode. https://t.co/HBiS0ftzvJ

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:14pm
As a result of the government shutdown, 61% of Americans say they have more negative feelings toward @realDonaldTrump. 52% are more negative about the Democratic congressional leadership as well. @NewsHour https://t.co/xLIduGmUcu

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:13pm
96% of Dems, 72% of independents, & even 35% of Republicans think shutting down the government to reach policy agreement is a flawed tactic. @NewsHour https://t.co/xLIduGmUcu

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:13pm
70% of Americans consider shutting down the government to reach policy consensus a bad strategy. @NewsHour. https://t.co/VrAkCZYFIj

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:12pm
Former VP @JoeBiden most popular potential Democratic candidate for 2020. Favorable score: 76% among Dems & Dem leaning independents. Unfavorable rating only 12%. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:11pm
57% of voters say they will definitely vote against @realDonaldTrump in 2020. Only 30% say they will definitely vote for him. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:11pm
44% of Republicans and Republican leaning independents want @realDonaldTrump to face a 2020 primary challenge. 45% do not. 11% are unsure. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:10pm
GOP & GOP leaning independents divide about whether or not congressional Republicans have an obligation to support @realDonaldTrump’s agenda even if they disagree. 45% say they do. 49% say they do not. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:10pm
55% of Americans, incl. one in three Dems, say congressional Democrats are doing too little to work with @realDonaldTrump. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:09pm
57% of Americans think @realDonaldTrump’s administration has done too little to work with congressional Dems. This includes 25% of Republicans. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:09pm
Americans value compromise. 63% like elected officials who compromise with people with whom they disagree. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:08pm
Though still underwater, the job approval ratings of congressional Democrats & Republicans have improved. 29%, up from 23% in July, approve of the GOP’s performance. 34%, up from 23%, approve of how the Dems in Congress are doing. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:07pm
Trump's approval rating: among GOP: 83%, down 7 pts; white evangelical Christians: 66%, down 7 pts; men living in small cities or suburbs: 42% approve & 48% disapprove, was 51% to 39%; white men w/out coll: approve is +15 pts over disapprove, was +22. https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 4:02pm
.@realDonaldTrump’s approval rating among Americans stands at 39%, down from 42% in Dec. Cracks in Trump’s base are forming. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/4TLMluBnqV

Marist Poll
3 days ago:   Thursday Jan 17 - 2:17pm
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Marist Poll
6 days ago:   Sunday Jan 13 - 10:32pm
From gender roles to airline travel, has American public opinion changed? The answers may surprise you. @aedwardslevy of @HuffPostPol joins our Poll Hub team to share the results of her fascinating research. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 13 - 3:31pm
Are Americans more or less likely to pick up a hitchhiker now than in the 1930s? We have the answer, thanks to the research of @aedwardslevy of @HuffPostPol. Take a listen to our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 13 - 7:29am
In this week’s episode of Poll Hub, the shutdown, the wall, and @realDonaldTrump. What the polls tell us… on this week’s podcast. https://t.co/3y1u5XxQTH

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Saturday Jan 12 - 10:55pm
.@realDonaldTrump argues a national emergency exists, requiring a border wall. On this week’s episode of Poll Hub, we assess whether that argument resonates with the American people. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Saturday Jan 12 - 2:23pm
Think analyzing trend data is easy? Maybe not when you’re looking at polls over the last 8 decades! How @aedwardslevy of @HuffPostPol handled the complications of her recent project… on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Saturday Jan 12 - 10:35am
.@KellyannePolls warned of “phony-baloney” poll questions following @realDonaldTrump’s address to the nation. On this week’s Poll Hub, we share how you can tell whether a poll question is quality. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 10:07pm
From gender roles to air travel, a lot has changed in terms of public opinion. Or, has it? @aedwardslevy of @HuffPostPol shares the results of her recent research on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 6:02pm
Time to go back in (polling) time with @aedwardslevy of @HuffPostPol! Edwards-Levy is our special guest on this week’s Poll Hub and shares her research into how public opinion has evolved over the last 80 years. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Friday Jan 11 - 3:15pm
n this week’s episode of our podcast “Poll Hub,” we’re talking about the shutdown. (Duh!) Take a listen to our dive into Americans’ attitudes about the shutdown, the wall, & @realDonaldTrump. https://t.co/S3lld4ATra

Marist Poll
1 week ago:   Sunday Jan 6 - 10:37pm
ICYMI: A look at early 2020 polls, expectations for the new Congress, and a poll controversy surrounding political correctness… That’s on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jan 6 - 3:51pm
Great expectations… Many Americans are optimistic about 2019. On this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, we break down the latest @NPR @NewsHour Marist Poll numbers and discuss the factors driving their opinions. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Jan 6 - 7:28am
Candidates have announced, and polls are out. On this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, we share the pros and cons of early presidential election polls. It’s a must listen as we look ahead to 2020. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jan 5 - 10:42pm
Oops! We did it again. Find out why our team found itself in the middle of a little controversy recently… That’s on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jan 5 - 2:21pm
Temper, temper, temper… nope, we’re not talking about anger management on this week’s podcast. But, we do have a word of caution for journalists reporting on early 2020 presidential polls. Take a listen to Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jan 5 - 9:17am
Giddy-up! The horse race for 2020 has begun. Too soon? Find out our take on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 4 - 8:45pm
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new Congress in town. What do Americans want the priorities to be for this new Congress? We’ll tell you on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 4 - 6:19pm
Is it too soon? It’s our first episode of 2019, and we’re talking already talking about 2020. Hear our thoughts on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/RxzadWel5r

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 7:53pm
ICYMI: Our year end episode of Poll Hub! On the docket – a look back at the year in polls, the number one New Year’s resolution for 2019, and the year’s most annoying word or phrase. The podcast is here https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 3:52pm
Is there a word people say that irritates you? For many Americans, whatever does the trick. But, a new word may be on the rise thanks to younger Americans. A discussion on Poll Hub. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 30 - 7:28am
Oh, it’s on! @LeeMiringoff & @jaydedapper have a little friendly competition underway. About what? Tune into this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub, to find out. https://t.co/4bYJoAgdma

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 10:43pm
Whatever! Yep. It did it, again. For the 10th consecutive year, Americans say “whatever” is the most annoying word used in casual conversation. Seriously? We break it down on this week’s edition of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 2:25pm
What’s this year’s top New Year’s Resolution? Check out our podcast Poll Hub where we discuss the latest @NPR @NewsHour Marist Poll results. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 29 - 11:41am
Should old polls be forgot… Wait! Polls can never be forgotten, thanks to the @RoperCenter! @pete_enns Executive Director of the @RoperCenter joins the Poll Hub team as we review the year in polls and assess what’s ahead for the polling community. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 10:15pm
Sure, we poll about New Year’s Resolutions. But, what is our team resolving to change in 2019? You’ll have to listen to Poll Hub to find out. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 6:16pm
It’s often mentioned but rarely explained – the Roper Center. On this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, we welcome @pete_enns Executive Director of the @RoperCenter to explain the important work he and his team are doing. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 5:10pm
Farewell 2018! It’s Poll Hub’s end of the year episode. Take a listen as we reflect on the year in polls with @pete_enns Executive Director of the @RoperCenter. Plus, this year’s top New Year’s Resolution. Check out this week’s podcast. https://t.co/ANSxQYWqEu

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 3:25pm
44% of Americans are likely to make a New Year’s resolution. Those <45 (51%) are more likely than older Americans (37%) to do so. 68% of adults kept their resolution for 2018. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/A3bW6hWDMB

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 3:23pm
Exercising more (13%) is the number one New Year’s resolution for 2019. Quitting smoking (12%) follows closely. Weight loss (10%) is the only other resolution in double digits. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/A3bW6hWDMB

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 3:19pm
Among the 37% of Americans who are pessimistic for 2019, 64% feel this way because of politics. There is bipartisan agreement among Democrats (73%), Republicans (56%), and independents (66%). @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/A3bW6hWDMB

Marist Poll
3 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 28 - 3:15pm
60% of Americans are more optimistic than pessimistic about the world in 2019, up from 54% in 2011. Optimistic Americans cite family (40%) for their positive outlook more than any other reason. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/A3bW6hWDMB

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 23 - 7:53pm
Oops! It’s a Christmas Vacation moment. When the Christmas tree is too tall, do you trim from the top or the bottom? Hear the debate on Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 23 - 3:39pm
Is retail dying at the hands of the digital marketplace? We welcome business correspondent for @NPR @alinaselyukh to the Poll Hub table this week. On tap, how holiday shopping reflects larger retail trends. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Sunday Dec 23 - 7:11am
Who on the Poll Hub team has a bit of a beef with the Elf on the Shelf? Our holiday episode has dropped. Here’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 22 - 10:56pm
The great debate: real or artificial Christmas tree? Find out where you stand in relation to other Americans when we break down our holiday @NPR @NewsHour @MaristPoll. Find out the scoop on our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 22 - 2:05pm
Do people still hang out in malls? What retailers are doing to revitalize the American shopping mall… on this week’s episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Saturday Dec 22 - 8:30am
Are we headed for a “retail apocalypse?” We’re talking holiday shopping patterns on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. Our special guest is business correspondent for @NPR @alinaselyukh. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
4 weeks ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 10:30pm
Do the holidays bring out the inner Grinch or the Clark W. Griswold in you? We’re talking holiday traditions (and stress) on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 7:30pm
Online holiday shopping is on the rise, according to our latest @NPR @NewsHour @MaristPoll. So, is this the end of brick and mortar retail? @NPR’s business correspondent @alinaselyukh offers her view on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 2:45pm
Haven’t left your couch to do your holiday shopping? You’re not alone! On this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, we examine Americans’ holiday shopping habits with business correspondent for @NPR @alinaselyukh. https://t.co/ih0VYAmX8W

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 2:02pm
For the 10th consecutive year, Americans consider “whatever” (36%) to be the most annoying word used in conversation. Among residents under 30, “literally” (25%) tops the list. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:57pm
Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays? 56% of Americans think “Merry Christmas” should be used this time of year. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:54pm
Holiday hijinks: many Americans find holiday decorating more fun (71%) than stressful (23%). 55% of Americans have an artificial tree not a real one (21%). 82% say the Christmas tree is a cultural symbol, not a religious one (13%). @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:51pm
The proportion of Americans who do not re-gift is up, 84% from 77% in 2009. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:47pm
68% of Americans say they plan to give the same amount to charity this year as last year. 17% expect to donate more, and 13% think they will give less. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:45pm
Do holiday shoppers use a form of digital pay? 63% do not, but 37% use technology like Apple Pay, Visa Pay, or PayPal for some (27%) or all or most (10%) of their purchases. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:42pm
A majority of Americans (52%) plan to pay for their holiday shopping using cash, but a growing proportion (44% from 37% in 2014) expect to use credit cards. Shoppers <30 (63%) are more likely than those 30+ to use credit cards. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:39pm
Holiday shoppers <30 years old (43%) are more likely than older Americans to do all or most of their holiday shopping online. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:35pm
More and more holiday shoppers are going digital. 71% of Americans expect to buy at least some of their holiday gifts online. This includes 33%, up from 19% in 2014, who expect to do all or most of their shopping digitally. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:33pm
Crowds (33%) is the number one holiday dislike. @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:30pm
A majority of Americans say the holiday season is more fun (58%) than stressful (38%). In 2010, 59% said the season was more stress inducing than enjoyable (38%). @NPR @NewsHour https://t.co/5TkRFfEfWF

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 1:24pm
RT @NewsHour: More than a third of adults say the holidays stress them out, according to latest @PBS @NewsHour/ @NPR/@Marist poll. Find out what causes holiday stress via @LauraSanthanam. https://t.co/VETrc33GkN

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 21 - 9:21am
Happy Holidays from The Marist Poll! https://t.co/MJAQlRVzal

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 16 - 3:33pm
ICYMI: @CNN’s @RonBrownstein “three-peats” on this week’s Poll Hub. On tap -- a discussion of the latest @NPR @NewsHour Marist Polls, @realDonaldTrump’s approval rating, immigration, & the role of white evangelical Christians in today’s electorate. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 16 - 2:26pm
Time to take out the crystal ball. What do we know about the 2020 electorate right now? @CNN’s @RonBrownstein joins the Poll Hub team and shares his view. Check out this week’s episode of our podcast. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 16 - 7:06am
Find out what @RonBrownstein considers the fundamental fault line in today’s politics. That’s on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 15 - 11:03pm
Immigration policy has been a tough sell for many presidents. So, why has @realDonaldTrump made the border wall his signature issue? @RonBrownstein of @CNN offers his view on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 15 - 2:58pm
Keep an eye on the youth vote as we move toward 2020. Why? Find out when @CNN’s @RonBrownstein joins the Poll Hub team on this week’s podcast episode. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 15 - 2:27pm
.@realDonaldTrump's approval rating hasn't moved much. What’s going on? @CNN’s @RonBrownstein digs deep into the demographics on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 14 - 5:57pm
According to @CNN’s @RonBrownstein, Trump's strategy is deepening but narrowing. He explains on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 14 - 3:31pm
Analysts have focused a lot on the differences between white college educated men and women, but what happens when religion is added to the mix? We turn to expert @RonBrownstein to find out the good and bad for both parties. That’s on this week’s Poll Hub. https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 14 - 1:41pm
In this episode of our podcast Poll Hub, we're breaking down the latest national @NPR @NewsHour Marist Poll numbers with special guest @RonBrownstein. (Data geeks, you won't want to miss this one!) https://t.co/9Q58rYoQlx

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 9 - 6:20pm
ICYMI: The latest Poll Hub features best-selling author & @nytimes writer-at-large @amychozick. Topics on the table: the challenges of a female reporter on the campaign trail, the state of media, & what’s ahead for 2020. Don’t miss this week’s podcast. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 9 - 3:37pm
Don’t miss out on a great listen! On this week’s episode of Poll Hub, best-selling author of “Chasing Hillary” & @nytimes writer-at-large, @amychozick, joins the discussion. What she learned about Hillary Clinton (and herself) on the campaign trail. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 9 - 7:36am
Gotta hit that trail… what reporters need to know about the 2020 presidential campaign. Best-selling author and journalist @amychozick weighs in. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 8 - 10:42pm
Americans have lost trust in the media. Can the media repair that rift? @amychozick, best-selling author of “Chasing Hillary” & @nytimes writer-at-large, shares her view on this week’s edition of Poll Hub. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 8 - 3:11pm
She has said that Hillary Clinton was “ahead of her time” but not “of the time.” @amychozick, best-selling author of “Chasing Hillary” & @nytimes writer-at-large, explains on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 8 - 2:26pm
Hillary Clinton and the current feminist movement. @amychozick, best-selling author & @nytimes writer-at-large, shares how the two are intertwined on this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 7 - 10:12pm
Was it personal or professional? @amychozick’s struggle covering Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail. Check out our interview with the best-selling author of “Chasing Hillary” on this week’s Poll Hub episode. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 7 - 6:18pm
The challenges facing newsrooms as they try to cover hacks… compliments of best-selling author and @nytimes writer-at-large @amychozick. Here’s the latest Poll Hub. https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Dec 7 - 3:56pm
In this week’s episode of our podcast Poll Hub, best-selling author of “Chasing Hillary” and writer-at-large for @nytimes @amychozick looks to the future. Which lessons from 2016 should reporters & candidates carry into the 2020 campaign? Take a listen https://t.co/0PhF9VuuoL

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 2 - 6:43pm
ICYMI: We have a chock full Poll Hub this week! We’re talking all things Congress with @McClatchyDC’s @LightmanDavid! Plus, the implications of the 2018 generic congressional ballot question on polling. Listen here https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 2 - 3:40pm
How does this year’s wave election differ from previous ones? Our analysis on this week’s edition of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Sunday Dec 2 - 8:05am
2018 marked another change election. But will voters receive the change they want? On this week’s Poll Hub, we speak with @McClatchyDC’s @LightmanDavid about expectations for the 116th Congress. https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 1 - 10:41pm
The new year will welcome a new Congress. Will it also bring renewed impeachment worries for @realDonaldTrump? We have the take of journalist and congressional insider @LightmanDavid on this week’s episode of Poll Hub. https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 1 - 2:06pm
What the 2018 congressional generic ballot question tells us about polling… on this week’s Poll Hub. Check out our podcast https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Saturday Dec 1 - 8:44am
“Jittery” is how @McClatchyDC’s @LightmanDavid describes the current atmosphere on Capitol Hill. His explanation on this week’s edition of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Nov 30 - 6:19pm
What’s the nightmare scenario for the 2020 presidential election? The latest episode of our podcast, Poll Hub, has the answer! https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3

Marist Poll
1 month ago:   Friday Nov 30 - 4:00pm
A Poll Hub riddle: what’s rare & generic all at the same time? Find out on the latest episode of our podcast, Poll Hub. https://t.co/h8b9bHLFF3