Expert Political Analysts Dr. Christopher Arterton and Mark Penn Analyze Latest Polling on U.S. Politics and Democracy

September 29, 2023

Group of 5 people at the GSPM Pollsters event including faculty and speakers

From left to right: Dr. Casey Burgat, Program Director Legislative Affairs; Dr. Christopher Arterton, GSPM Founding Dean, Dr. Liesl Riddle, CPS Dean; Dr. Todd Belt, Program Director Political Management; and Mark Penn, Chairman and CEO of Stagwell.

The Society of Presidential Pollsters, in collaboration with the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM), recently hosted an enlightening and thought-provoking event featuring expert political analysts, Dr. Christopher Arterton and Mark Penn. The event focused on the analysis of the latest polling data concerning the state of U.S. politics and democracy.

Dr. Christopher Arterton, a renowned political scientist, brought his expertise to the discussion. With years of experience in the field, Dr. Arterton delved into the intricacies of political polling and its significance in understanding public sentiment. Drawing from his extensive research, he shed light on how accurate and reliable polling data can contribute to shaping political strategies.

Mark Penn, Chairman and CEO of Stagwell, a leading data-driven marketing company, joined Dr. Arterton to provide a unique perspective on the intersection of data analytics and politics. Penn's experience in conducting polls and analyzing data made his insights invaluable to the discussion. He highlighted the importance of incorporating advanced data analytics in political campaigns and decision-making processes, emphasizing the potential for data-driven strategies to enhance democracy.

The event primarily focused on the latest polling data on U.S. politics and democracy, giving participants a comprehensive overview of the current state of affairs. The analyses conducted by Dr. Arterton and Penn covered a wide array of topics, including public trust in government institutions, voter intentions, and major issues influencing the political landscape.



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