Public Opinion Podcast

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Race, Justice, and Public Opinion with David C. Wilson, Maria Krysan and Natalie Jackson

On this episode of POP, the Public Opinion Podcast, we talk about a 2022 special issue of Public Opinion Quarterly titled:  “Race, Justice, and Public Opinion” with the issue’s editors, David C. Wilson, PhD and Maria Krysan, PhD. Wilson and Krysan are scholars of race and public opinion and discuss the special issue which examines the history of public opinion and race and asks the question: Are scholars and practitioners of survey research and polling doing enough to understand and include the voices and relevant material of those who disproportionately face ongoing injustices?

Natalie Jackson, PhD, Research Consultant

David C. Wilson, PhD, Dean of the Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley

Maria Krysan, PhD,  Professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Executive Producer:
Yazmín García Trejo, PhD, Social Science Researcher at U.S. Census Bureau

Technical Producer and Editor:

Erin Spain, MS, Studio Spain Media Group, LLC

Technological Advances and Public Opinion Research Challenges with Courtney Kennedy, Jennifer Agiesta, and Natalie Jackson 

On the first episode of POP, the Public Opinion Podcast, we tackle an issue that’s had an incredible impact on the study of public opinion: technological advances. From landline phones in the latter part of the 20th century to online-based methods of today, three AAPOR members and industry experts discuss the opportunities and challenges fast-changing technology poses.

Natalie Jackson, PhD, Research Consultant
Courtney Kennedy, Vice President of Methods and Innovation at Pew Research Center
Jennifer Agiesta, Director of Polling and Election Analytics at CNN