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What will polls do after 2016? A summary by our poll director…/…/what-will-pollsters-do-after-2016

Jason Husser, Elon University Clinton defeated Trump much like Dewey defeated Truman. Both election results were dramatic surprises because pre-election polls created expectations that didn’t match the final outcomes.…

A brief history of the Elon Poll

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In honor of #ElectionDay, we look back at the origins of the Elon University Poll.


In close contests, final Elon Poll foreshadowed Election Day results

Election Day showed a verification of the trends and insights gathered by the Elon University Poll.

Our latest presidential numbers are now online!

Confirming North Carolina’s status as a battleground state, the latest survey of likely voters in the state by the Elon University Poll found Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are virtually tied for the lead with less than two months to go until Election Day.
Elon Poll: N.C. voters oppose HB2, razor-thin margins in governor, U.S. Senate races

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Working at the Elon University PollThe Elon Poll will conducts multiple surveys every semester. We will email students who register to work with schedule information in advance of every poll.The Polling Center is in Gray Pavilion (room 110).Frequently Asked QuestionsWhen should I register to work at...

Poll Director Jason Husser talked to WFMY News 2 about electoral implications of the recent HB2 case

It's up to a federal judge to grant an injunction, halting one of the most controversial parts of House Bill 2.

Elon University Poll results on HB2 discussed in @washingtonpost today along side CNN/ORC poll: "A recent Elon University poll showed 49 percent of all North Carolina voters agreed with the law's aim to stop cities from passing ordinances that open up bathrooms to transgender people; but that same poll showed Gov. Pat McCrory's (R) Democratic opponent with his biggest lead yet in the tight race."

A clear majority of Americans don't agree with bathroom bills -- including almost half of Republicans|By Amber Phillips

Dr. Kenneth Fernandez will be leaving Elon University at the end of the month to take a position at the College of Southern Nevada. Dr. Fernandez became the director of the Elon University Poll four years ago and implemented the Poll's first likely voter models and conducted the Poll's first surveys using online panels. Dr. Jason Husser, the current assistant director and an assistant professor of political science will become the Poll's new director.

The New York Times discusses #HB2 and references results from the latest Elon University Poll.

The law, a cultural and economic battle, is now a political one as well, affecting the state’s contests for governor and other major offices.

MSNBC discusses #HB2 and cites Elon University Poll

Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz weighed in on the controversial subject of where transgender people should go to the bathroom.|By MSNBC

Director of the Elon University Poll interviewed on recent survey on #HB2; state government intrusion on local governments and attitudes toward the minimum wage.

A new Elon University poll shows 49 percent of North Carolinians support the so-called “bathroom provision” of House Bill 2. The controversial measure, which requires transgender people to use the restroom corresponding with their biological sex, has grabbed headlines around the country.

#EarthDay: Most voters in NC feel that environmental laws are worth the cost [rather than hurt the economy]

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#EarthDay: voters in NC are split on whether to open up more state land & water for energy development, such as oil and gas.

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U.S. Senator Richard Burr leads Democratic Challenger Deborah Ross by 4 points.

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Elon University conducts frequent public opinion surveys on issues of importance to North Carolinians.
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