Our meeting Wednesday, February 2: Analysis of State and County Polling and Election Results
We are pleased that Professor Dan Nataf, Director of the Center for the Study of Local Issues (CSLI) at Anne Arundel Community College, will present to us findings from the Center's semi-annual poll of Anne Arundel County residents, and an analysis of state and county election results.
The CSLI's semi-annual survey is a great source of information on what County residents are thinking about and worrying about - and the fall survey correctly predicted that Hillary Clinton would win in Anne Arundel County. (You can read a summary by clicking here.)
This should be a very interesting half-hour presentation, followed by answers to your questions about its findings.
Professor Nataf's biodata is provided below.
Please join us! We will meet at the Pirates' Cove Restaurant in Galesville. Networking and dinner starts at 6:00, and the meeting will begin at 7:00 till about 8:30.
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Professor Dan Nataf: Summary Biodata
Professor Nataf received his Doctorate from the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1987. He has been the primary author of most CSLI publications. His duties include client contact, overall project design and supervision, recruiting faculty assistance. His expertise is in survey analysis, quantitative methods, and program evaluation.