Kathleen Hall Jamieson spoke at the prestigious Westminster Town Hall Forum in Minneapolis about the presidential campaign. Minnesota Public Radio, which broadcast the forum, also interviewed Jamieson about political advertising.
The journal Media and Communication has published a special issue on "Adolescents in the Digital Age: Effects on Health and Development," edited by APPC research director Dan Romer.
On June 21, pollster Peter Hart will conduct a focus group for the policy center of blue-collar and economically struggling workers in Pittsburgh, to get their opinions on the 2016 presidential race.
What do citizens want from their member of Congress? The answer, a new study finds, is partisan representation on national issues, which is more highly valued today than constituency service or bringing in federal money to a congressional district.
As some athletes say that they are pulling out of the summer Olympic Games in Brazil because of concerns about Zika virus, most Americans favor the idea that the Games should be cancelled, postponed or moved to another country.
In the survey of U.S. adults, 63% of respondents agree that the president should be able to use a public health emergency fund to respond to an epidemic without waiting for Congress.