Prominent US Pollster Stan Greenberg talks to Democrats Abroad about the state of polls, what they mean, and what to expect this year
Join Stan Greenberg as he speaks to Democrats Abroad on Thursday, 3 September at 11:00 Eastern Time about the demise of the Republican Party and how progressive policies can impact the 2020 US Presidential race. Stan will answer questions and discuss his polling and focus group research.
About our speaker: Stan Greenberg is the founding partner of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research (GQR) and co-founder of Democracy Corps, along with James Carville. His polling and focus group work is reflected in recent articles in The Atlantic, The American Prospect and his new book, RIP GOP: How the New America Is Dooming the Republicans. He has advised numerous Democratic US presidents and world leaders including Bill Clinton, Tony Blair and Nelson Mandela and worked for dozens of politicians and candidates at every level of government. His NY Times best-selling book, It's the Middle Class Stupid! urges Democrats to focus on everyday Americans when they set policy and campaign. He is a graduate of Miami University and received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. He went on to teach at Yale, later moving into political consulting. His current firm, Democracy Corps, provides in-depth research and strategic advice to progressive groups, candidates and leaders. Stan also conducts bi-partisan polls for NPR, The Los Angeles Times and the Bipartisan Policy Centre.
When: Thursday, September 3, 2020, 11:00 AM Eastern time (Washington, DC time)
Where: Zoom Call (RSVP below to receive the link)
Ticket cost: Tickets are free, but we encourage you to support Democrat Abroad’s efforts to get out the vote in 2020 by donating here: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/da-call-the-world. Even if you can't join the call, you can show your support by clicking HERE to make a donation. Please help get out the vote around the world in this crucial election year.
Question for the speaker? Email volunteers@DemocratsAbroad.org.uk
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