As election day approaches, Germany’s Super Election Year is proving to be historically dramatic. Public opinion polls and party approval ratings have been unusually volatile. How can we interpret this information ahead of the poll that actually counts – the ballots cast by the German public and counted by the close of polling locations on September 26?
Join us and our guests Judith Klose (Civey) and Ian Russell (Beacon Media) for an interactive conversation on polling and the 2021 German federal election.
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Judith Klose is Vice President of Communications for Civey, Germany’s leading digital polling and opinion research firm.
Ian Russell is a Partner at Beacon Media, a DC-based campaign and digital strategy firm.
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