9/22: NBC News/Marist Poll

September 22, 2011 by  
Filed under Featured, NBC News/Marist Poll

NBC News and Marist College are pleased to announce the launch of a polling partnership, the NBC News/Marist Poll, for the 2012 Republican primary season.

NBC News and Marist Poll logosThe NBC News/Marist Poll will gauge public opinion throughout this fall in key Republican primary and caucus states and track the campaign for the Republican nomination next spring.

“With the diversity of states in play in this year’s Republican race, let alone for the general election, it’s important for NBC News to have a partner who will bring academic and statistical rigor to the difficult task of state polling. Marist is that partner,” says Chuck Todd, NBC News Political Director and Chief White House Correspondent.

“What better way could an educational institution inform the public on the critical issues of the day,” says Marist College President Dennis J. Murray. “The unprecedented relationship between NBC News and The Marist Poll aims to do just that.”

The Marist Poll is a survey research center at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York.  As an academic polling institute, The Marist Poll informs Marist students and the public about its poll results, but most importantly, it brings to light survey methods and the behind the scenes of polling.

“As a polling institute, we adhere to a strict standard of transparency, and we look forward to letting the public in on how we come to our findings,” says Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, Director of The Marist College Poll.  ”We are very excited to work with the political team at NBC News and to provide our students and the public with a front row seat to the political dialogue of the day.”

Contact:

Mary E. Azzoli
Marist College, 845.575.5050
Mary.Azzoli@marist.edu

Erika Masonhall
NBC News, 212-664-3230
Erika.Masonhall@nbcuni.com

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One Response to “9/22: NBC News/Marist Poll”

  1. Rob Schmidt on September 22nd, 2011 12:07 pm

    There isn’t a better organization to do public opinion research than MIPO!

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