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28 November 2006

Program on Survey Research - Mark Blumenthal

The Harvard Program on Survey Research is hosting a talk by Mark Blumenthal (aka the Mystery Pollster):

December 1, 2006
CGIS N-354
3:00 - 5:00 p.m. with reception to follow

December 1, 2006, Mark Blumenthal will join us to discuss surveys and polls in the 2006 elections. Blumenthal is the founder of the influential blog and website, and one of the developers of the more recent website His analysis of political polling and survey methodology is widely read and admired. Blumenthal has more than 20 years experience as a survey researcher, conducting and analyzing political polls and focus groups for Democratic candidates and market research surveys for major corporations. His experience includes work with pollsters Harrison Hickman, Paul Maslin, Kirk Brown, Celinda Lake, Stan Greenberg and the last 15 with his partners David Petts and Anna Bennett in the firm Bennett, Petts and Blumenthal (BPB).

Harvard University
CGIS N-354
1737 Cambridge St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Posted by Mike Kellermann at 12:19 PM