April 17 – Election 2020: The American Voter in the Age of the Coronavirus

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The 2020 US Presidential election is unique in that the campaign is being conducted in the middle of the largest pandemic ever to hit the United States and the world.

Join us for this webinar on Friday, April 17, 2020 from 12:00 NOON -1:30 PM EDT

During this webinar, we will learn:
• What effect has this had-and what effect will it have- on the campaign and polls?
• How have pollsters adapted and what are the implications for polling going forward through Election Day?
• How has COVID-19 affected President Trump’s reelection prospects?
• How is his handling of the crisis viewed?

Three renowned Public Opinion researchers currently deeply involved in polling the election will discuss these and other salient issues.


Lee Miringoff, PhD, Director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion and Assistant Professor of Political Science, Marist College

Joe Lenski, co-founder and Executive Vice President of Edison Research

Clifford Young, PhD, President, US Public Affairs, IPSOS


Sarah Dutton – Partner /President Rockland Dutton Research and Consulting

Jim Donius PhD – President, Marketplace Measurement Worldwide – Public Sentiment Division

We gratefully thank GEOPATH for providing the technology, Zoom, for this webinar