This edition: Micheline Blum, Director, Baruch Survey Research, Baruch CollegeTweet
Original tape date: March 13, 2012.
First aired: March 14, 2012.
Micheline Blum, Director, Baruch Survey Research, Baruch College, joins host Doug Muzzio to release the results of Muzzio and Blum’s just-completed Baruch College Survey Research project tabulating New Yorkers’ perceptions of, and attitudes toward, the NYPD – on the NYPD’s handling of crime and protecting from terrorists; on police practices including stop-and-frisk, profiling, and a focus on Muslims; on treatment by the NYPD; and on quotas (“numeric goals”) for tickets, stops, arrests. The survey results are being released simultaneously with the 9 AM airing of the show. Muzzio and Blum will also compare results to polls taken 10 and 20 years ago in New York City, and recently in Philadelphia and elsewhere.
Micheline Blum Director, Baruch Survey Research, Baruch College School of Public Affairs
Prof. Douglas Muzzio Political Analyst, CUNY TV, Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College/CUNY
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