The Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association, Muhlenberg College, and Franklin & Marshall College are sponsoring an event next week to discuss “The Future of Political Polling.”
The event will take place Jan. 16 in the Capitol Complex East Wing. Admission is free.
From the release:
“The Future of Political Polling.” In the wake of another controversial year with questions raised about many aspects of last year’s publicly released political polls, three Pennsylvania pollsters, in short presentations, will examine:
1) Recent polling performances
2) Disclosure standards for public polls
3) Evaluating Internet polling
4) Partisan poll releases
5) Challenges facing election polling
6) Who’s Nate Silver and why should we care
Panelists: Chris Borick, Director of the Muhlenberg College Institute of Public
Berwood Yost, Director, Center for Opinion Research, Franklin &
Terry Madonna, Director, Franklin & Marshall College Poll
When: Friday, January 16, 2015
Where: Room 60 East Wing (next to the cafeteria), State Capitol.
Time: 12:30- 1:30 pm
Sponsored by: Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association, Muhlenberg College, Franklin & Marshall College.
Join us; bring lunch if you would like, come with your questions, no charge for admission.