News & Events
Every election season—the 2022 midterm being no exception—candidate-related public opinion poll results dominate news headlines. Reactions to those results have been particularly heated in recent years, however, as the polling errors that led 2016 voters to believe Hilary Clinton would be elected President sparked shock, then subsequent distrust in polling in and of itself.
JPSM and GVPT alumni are running The Washington Post News Polling Team, and are now looking for their fourth University of Maryland fellow.
Beginning Feb. 7, University of Maryland undergraduates will be able to select a social data science major to learn the fundamentals of the in-demand field.
This international conference will serve as a bridge among statisticians, survey methodologists, engineers, mathematicians, computer scientists, and others interested in combining information from multiple databases in developing reliable inferences at granular levels.