June 2, 2020

Join us for an upcoming webinar.

In the midst of an unprecedented public health challenge, the United States is still moving toward a major presidential election this November. Normally, political scientists find presidential election outcomes fairly easy to predict—and yes, this was still true even in 2016. But 2020 seems different. In this nonpartisan, objective, data-driven webinar, viewers will be introduced to some of the reasons why this election might be hard to forecast, including the role of the economy in voting, the impact of presidential debates and the political consequences that might come with people possibly having to cast their ballots in different ways than in the past.

Please register by Monday, June 1. The access link will be sent to registrants the morning of June 2.

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Further information

  • Location: Webinar
  • Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Calendar Icon
  • Cost: Free