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CBS News/New York times election surveys, 1980

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Published by Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

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  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1980.,
    • Public opinion -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNew York times.
      Statementprincipal investigators, CBS News, New York Times.
      ContributionsCBS News., Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK526 1980i
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3514171M
      ISBN 100891389318, 0891389334, 0891389326
      LC Control Number82081160


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The New York Times and CBS News were equal partners in a series of election surveys covering the election year. The content of this data collection generally concerns the presidential preference of respondents, their reasons for choosing a particular candidate, and their reactions to political and social issues of the campaign.

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Donald Trump's unexpected victory in the U. presidential election brought sweeping criticism of election polls and poll-based statistical forecasts, which had signaled that Hillary Clinton would win the White House. Americans are mostly oblivious to that record. They may be vaguely familiar with the Dewey defeats Truman debacle of And they may recall that election polls.

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Since the mids, large news organizations such as The New York Times and CBS News have conducted or commissioned their own election polls. And reports of crude preelection polls have been found in American newspapers published as long ago as These days, polls guide, drive and help fix news media narratives about presidential elections.

ICPSR holdings include over public opinion polls from around the world, including United States election exit polls. ICPSR archives the Eurobarometer series and the ISSP. Polling organizations represented include: ABC News, CBS News, New York Times, Washington Post.

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In a CBS NewsNew York Times poll taken the week following he left office, 44 approved of Carter's job as president. An identical 44 disapproved of his job as president. PULLMAN, Wash.

- CBS pollster Kathleen Frankovic will discuss exit polls and the lessons of election night at an April 5 Washington State University forum on the presidential election.

The forum will take place at p. in Todd Hall, Room on the Pullman forum also will include WSU professor of sociology Donald Dillman, an internationally recognized. These days, polls guide, drive and help fix news media narratives about presidential elections.

They are critical to shaping conventional wisdom about. I also looked up favorability numbers for vice-presidential candidates dating back to from the CBS News polling database. (Many CBS News polls were conducted in conjunction with The New York Times. ) A word of caution: The favorability polls conducted by CBS News and The New York Times are a little bit different than those of other polling.

The proliferation of surveys over the years Nate Silvers site provides ratings of dozens of pollsters also allows a sort of team-sport approach to election polls: Savvy consumers can.

NEW YORK (AP) _ Gov. Michael Dukakis drew Reagan Democrats back to the fold in the California and New Jersey primaries Tuesday, garnering support from a voting group whose choice will be critical in the general election.

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He consulted for YougovPolimetrix on their polling for The Economist, and for CBS News on exit polls and the CBSNew York Times poll. He has also consulted for polling, targeting and. She has written many journal articles and book chapters on topics like the history of polling in the media, its importance in modern day journalism, and the gender gap.

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Reporting times vary by precinct after polls close at 8 p. for New Jersey and Connecticut, and 9. Since the mids, large news organizations such as The New York Times and CBS News have conducted or commissioned their own election polls.

And reports of crude preelection polls have been found in American newspapers published as long ago as   It began with a series of polls from The New York Times, CBS News and Quinnipiac University, released early Wednesday morning, which gave President Obama leads of between 9 and 11 points in Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

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