The Washington Post: Ginn talks media and politics

As the news coverage of the 2016 presidential election continues,  many are wondering if they can trust the media to accurately report election polls. With the sampling variations of survey research, Political Science Professor Martha Ginn suggest consumers take it all in with a grain of salt. Ginn explains her views in the article “Here’s another reason not to trust TV news reports about election polls” which she coauthored for The Washington Post’s political forum The Monkey Cage. Click the link below to view that story.

The Washington Post: Here’s another reason not to trust TV news reports about election polls

Aug. 23, 2016

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