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The Conversation: What will pollsters do after 2016?

Elon's Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science, writes about how to the polling industry can improve its accuracy going forward. 

Media turns to Elon political science professor to sort through election results, polling impact

Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science, is the director of the Elon University Poll. 

In close contests, final Elon Poll foreshadowed Election Day results

The Elon University Poll conducted three surveys this fall, with the final one coming a little more than a week before Election Day.

The Conversation: Voters in Texas, North Carolina, Ohio and Florida are changing the swing state map

Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science at Elon, offers pre-election insights into the battleground state of North Carolina as part of this piece for The Conversation.

ELON POLL: Presidential, governor’s races too close to call in N.C., voters worried about decisions next president will make

The survey conducted Oct. 23-27 is the final survey by the Elon University Poll before Election Day on Nov. 8.

 

Wall Street Journal, Business Insider cite Elon Poll in latest election coverage

The results of the Elon Poll were included in articles about how the presidential race is playing out in North Carolina. 

Elon Poll director offers insights for national article on WikiLeaks email dump

Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and the director of the Elon University Poll, was interviewed by members of McClatchy's Washington Bureau.

Elon University Poll results generate national media coverage

The results of the second Elon University Poll of the fall season were released on Tuesday, Oct. 4. 

Elon University Poll

Currently supervised by assistant professor Jason Husser, the Elon University Poll immerses students in current events by holding frequent regional and statewide public opinion surveys on issues of importance to North Carolinians and other southern states.

Center for Public Affairs

Directed by professor Betty Morgan, the Center for Public Affairs works to develop research, training and other practical assistance for organizations and communities searching for solution to difficult problems.

National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement

Directed by assistant professor Carrie Eaves, the National Campaign for Political & Civic Engagement is a non-partisan group that fosters political awareness and civic engagement among students.