This program was part of a week-long “Washington Journal” series on politics. The product IDs for the other parts are 295275-6, 295243-5, 295298-5, and 295255-5.
Alan Abramowitz talked about the science of polls, including their accuracy, and data collection and interpretation. He also talked about the impact of polls on elections and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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Alan I. Abramowitz Professor Emory University->Political Science Department
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