On Major League Baseball’s Opening Day, the Poll Hub team reflects on one of the most memorable events of the pre-season — their trip to Yankees Spring Training in Tampa, Florida. During their adventure, Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, Director of The Marist Institute for Public Opinion, Dr. Barbara L. Carvalho, Director of the Marist Poll, and friend […]
March 28, 2019
May 1, 2018
In this fourth and final installment of the series, 1968: The Year that Rocked American Politics, the Poll Hub team welcomes author, journalist, and former aide to Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Jeff Greenfield.
April 24, 2018
In part three of the four-part panel series, 1968: The Year That Rocked American Politics, the team behind The Marist College Poll’s podcast, “Poll Hub,” speaks with Emmy and Peabody Award winning filmmaker Lynn Novick.
April 11, 2018
In part two of the four-part series, 1968: The Year that Rocked American Politics, the team of Poll Hub, a production of The Marist College Poll, welcomed journalist, filmmaker, and Distinguished Senior Fellow at Demos, Bob Herbert.
March 29, 2018
The Marist College Poll presents the first installation in a four-part panel series, 1968: The Year that Rocked American Politics.
October 9, 2014
By Barbara Carvalho It all came down to Buster Posey vs. Yasiel Puig, and it had nothing to do with the baseball playoffs. No, it had everything to do with whether I would win this year’s (the 64th) season of the 300 Club. The group that is made up of around 100 baseball junkies who […]
November 5, 2012
By Barbara Carvalho With all the political spin, polarization, and cynicism that accompanies much of the chatter about Campaign 2012, it’s easy to lose sight of what Election Day represents. At the Marist Poll at Marist College, the election season (which seems to get longer and longer) is a time to engage our students and […]
August 29, 2012
By Barbara Carvalho Whatever happened to this election being about the economy and only the economy? Well, the summer months ushered in a slew of back and forth arguments between the Obama and Romney campaigns which had little to do with what Romney hoped would be a referendum on President Obama and the stalled economic recovery. […]
July 11, 2012
By Barbara Carvalho With recent public polls showing many Americans unaware of the SCOTUS health care decision, it gives pause for thought. How much attention does the public really pay to news coverage of issues thought to shape Decision ’12? Let’s take a different example. Aside from the partisan spin that accompanied the latest 8.2% Labor […]
May 30, 2012
By Barbara Carvalho Every 20 years or so something punches through the chattering class, and its shelf-life seems timeless. For an earlier generation, “What did the president know, and when did he know it?” took the crown, followed by Carter’s “Malaise,” and perhaps, Reagan’s “I am paying for this microphone” proclamation. Since then, the classic, […]