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Election 2024

As campaigns gain momentum and voters prepare to head to the polls on November 5, USC experts are available to assist reporters covering elections this year with data-driven insights and fresh perspectives on the critical issues unfolding along the campaign trail.

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Featured Expert

Christian Grose is Professor of Public Policy; and Professor of Political Science at the University of Southern California. He is the Academic Director of the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy.

Christian R. Grose

The poll that matters the most is voters going to cast ballots. Polls help us do research, help us understand the electorate, and get a snapshot in time. But the only poll that really matters is the one on Election Day! Super Tuesday’s vote is the most important poll we’ll have as all the voters will have a chance to speak.

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