October 28, 2020

Polling 101: The Art, The Science, and a Look at the 2020 Presidential Election

Ashley Koning, director of the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling, will provide an overview of public opinion polling and discuss the delicate balance between its objective and subjective nature and its often overlooked roots in probability and uncertainty. She will also take a look at polling during the 2020 presidential election cycle, how it compares to 2016, whether we should trust it, and what challenges lie ahead for polling.

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September 29, 2020

The Litigated Presidential Election:
How to Prepare for the Unexpected

The presidential election set to take place on November 3rd between President Trump and former Vice President Biden is shaping up to be among the most litigated in history. There will likely be legal contests before, during and after the election. What will this mean for the future of our democracy and for our every-day lives, and what lessons can lawyers learn from the high-profile, high-stakes lawsuits and strategies? Presented by the New Jersey State Bar Association and Co-Hosted by Eagleton.

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April 2, 2020

The 2020 Census and Redistricting:
Why Every Count Matters – An Operational Update

Join U.S. Census Bureau Chief of Decennial Communications and Stakeholder Relations Kathleen Styles and Chief of the Redistricting and Voting Rights Data Office James Whitehorne for a presentation about the status of the 2020 Census, the redistricting process, and upcoming data products that will be made available. Moderated by Rutgers School of Law University Professor Ronald Chen, the webinar will include an opportunity to submit questions.

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