Posts Tagged: polling

Calling the Presidential Election: Reforms to Polling Processes

By Eric Rabe, Fels Sr. Advisor By 11:16 election night, President Obama called it. He happily tweeted “Four more years” and sent along a celebratory photo. Yet it was another two hours before Mitt Romney conceded and the end-of-the-campaign speeches were finally over. Romney’s polls were showing Ohio and Florida, two critical states, still could… Read more »

How Event Polling Best Reaches Target Constituencies

Government, by necessity and obligation, must understand the competing interests and ideologies of the variety of identity groups that it serves. Put another way, those who are in charge must always have an ear to the ground if they want to remain in charge. That being said, there is no silver bullet in terms of… Read more »

Gov 2.0 Community – Rate Obama’s SOTU Live on Your iPhone

Gov 2.0 Radio is inviting its community to join in rating President Obama’s State of the Union address live on Tuesday night. You’ll be able to give your feedback second by second on your iPhone – just follow the instructions here. By participating in the live mobile polling, you’ll be building a custom profile of… Read more »

iPhone Users: Rate the State of the Union in Real Time

I’m sure you’ve seen the slider bars and dynamic graphs that TV news organizations use to provide real-time audience and focus group feedback during major speeches and debates. Well, Gov 2.0 Radio is partnering with IdeaScale to promote a new app that allows iPhone users to rate President Obama’s State of the Union address in… Read more »