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This edition: Micheline Blum, dir., Baruch Survey Research

Episode Details

Original tape date: November 10, 2008.

After what seemed to be an endless primary and election cycle, it all came down to November 4th when we elected a new President. What does the vote say about America? About Us? About looking past color, religion, or ideology? How accurate were the polls? Did the polls influence the way we vote? Joining Sheryl to discuss these questions and a lot more is Micheline Blum, Distinguished lecturer and Director of Survey Research at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs and a veteran of many a political campaign.


Guest List

Micheline Blum Director, Baruch Survey Research

Sheryl McCarthy Newsday

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