Tag Archive for: Election 2016
The Unruh Institute of Politics hosted a panel discussion which explored the importance of diversity, demography and race in the 2016 election on Tuesday evening at Ground Zero. Moderator Dan Schnur described this demography as the “new electorate,” capable of altering the voting trends of the election. The panel featured Mike Madrid of public affairs […]
The project measures the choices and demographics of around 3,000 participants.
Peter Hart spoke on what voters look for both main presidential candidates.
There may be no maxim that millennials are more familiar with than this: “The internet is forever.” In an age of screenshots and retweets, internet ephemera is almost instantly transformed into something more permanent that can be shared weeks, months and even years after the original posting. For most of us, this translates to concern […]
The Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics hosted a “Road to the White House” event Tuesday to discuss the The event featured a panel consisting of Anthony Boulahoud, a member of the USC College Democrats; Robert Shrum, who serves as the USC Dornsife Carmen H. and Louis Warschaw Chair in Practical Politics; Mary Perez, Vice […]
Romney’s potential run indicates unhealthy recycling of false promises.
Famed pundit and author Ann Coulter criticized candidates running in GOP primaries.