B’nai Torah hosts “The Uncertainty Principle: Polls, Politics and Punditry” with speaker Bob Salsberg.
Salsberg will address what the polls really tell us and whether they can be trusted, what seems to be the most likely, least likely and barely plausible electoral college scenarios, what happens if there’s an electoral college tie, and whether fears of post-election chaos will come to pass.
Salsberg spent more than 40 years as a Boston-based journalist for media outlets including The Associated Press, WBZ, WBUR, WEEI, The Boston Phoenix and Capitol News Service. He served two stints during his career as a political and state government reporter and has considerable experience in covering campaigns and election returns. He also served for more than a decade on the board of directors of the Radio-Television News Directors Association, including two years as chairman, one of North America’s largest journalism trade organizations.+ More... - Less...
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