Election 2008: A Poll; What Does America Want from This Election

Campaign polls - those taken from the specific perspective of a candidate - are invariably kept secret because the information they yield drives campaign strategy, speeches, and advertisements. Pollster Douglas Schoen releases the results of an exclusive public opinion poll about the hopes and desires of American voters for the 2008 election. Schoen's complete presentation can be viewed online.

Speakers: Douglas E. Schoen
Festival: 2008

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