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.
VIDEO: 1968: The Year that Rocked American Politics, The Marist Poll Welcomes Bob Herbert
April 11, 2018
1968: The Year That Rocked American Politics, A Discussion with E.J. Dionne, Jr.
March 29, 2018
The Marist College Poll presents the first installation in a four-part panel series, 1968: The Year that Rocked American Politics.
Changing America: What’s at Stake?
April 3, 2017
In a political climate where opportunity and challenges abound, The Marist College Poll presents Changing America: What’s at Stake? This fourth in a series of panel discussions will assess the condition of America’s institutions and will take an in-depth look at the Trump Administration as it nears its first one hundred days, the state of […]
6/2: Likely Voters: Why Later Not Now
June 2, 2014
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff Registered voters early. Likely voters later. Public polls serve their audience well by capturing the views of the electorate at an appropriate time and communicate precisely what group of voters they are including in their tabulations. Early in a contest, before voters have focused on the candidates or the race, […]
3/27: A Profile of Eric Nadel
March 27, 2013
By John Sparks So what happens when a young Jewish boy from Brooklyn decides not to follow his father’s footsteps into dentistry? The dental profession’s loss is baseball’s gain. For more than three decades Eric Nadel has been the radio voice of the Texas Rangers. For the last two years, Nadel has been a finalist […]
3/13: The Latest from Spring Training
March 13, 2013
By John Sparks What does Major League Baseball’s American League West look like this year? What are the chances of the Los Angeles Angels, and what are the odds they will face-off against the Dodgers in the World Series? The Marist Poll’s John Sparks is in Peoria, Arizona with the latest. View his discussion with […]
3/11: The Marist Poll Goes to Spring Training
March 11, 2013
Major League Baseball’s Opening Day is still a few weeks away, journalists and sports fans alike flock to Spring Training games. Among them is Senior Editor for the Marist Poll website, John Sparks! What’s the latest from the field in Surprise, Arizona? MIPO’s Director Lee M. Miringoff spoke with Sparks via Skype about today’s sights and […]
2/20: A “Fair” Assessment
February 20, 2013
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff It might be said that in polling you get what you ask for. That’s the case in the word choice of questions that measure the approval rating of an elected official. Different polling organizations use different approaches. For more than three decades, The Marist Poll, has relied upon a four-point […]
2/20: From Undergrad to Grad: A Different Perspective from The Marist Poll
Mike Conte has a unique insight into The Marist Poll. As an undergraduate, the now 23-year-old Conte had a successful tenure at The Marist Poll. And, while he received his bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Marist College last spring, Conte is back at the Institute, working as a graduate assistant while he pursues his […]
1/29: Sports Roundup
January 29, 2013
By John Sparks If winter comes, can spring be far behind? Although it’s the eve of the Super Bowl, for those whose passion is baseball it’s a matter of days until pitchers and catchers report. The Marist Poll’s John Sparks chats with sports journalist and Marist Poll Contributor Len Berman about this year’s prospects for […]