November 4, 2013
The Goucher Poll, which surveys citizens across Maryland, will release the results from its most recent poll on November 6, 7, and 8.
Important issues that will be covered in this latest poll include: approval ratings of President Barack Obama, Congress, Governor Martin O'Malley, and political parties; name recognition and preferred characteristics of Maryland gubernatorial candidates; direction and economic conditions of the state; the new health care law; minimum wage and state pensions; gay marriage; gun laws; immigration; and marijuana.
Mileah Kromer, the director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center, will be available for comment. She can be reached at email@example.com or 724-840-0990.
About the Goucher Poll
To ensure all Maryland citizens are represented, the Goucher Poll is conducted using random digit dialing (RDD) of a stratified random sample using landline and cellular telephone numbers.
The Goucher Poll is conducted under the auspices of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center, which is housed in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Goucher College. Directed by Mileah Kromer, the Goucher Poll conducts surveys on public policy, economic, and social issues in Maryland. The Goucher Poll is fully funded by the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center endowment and does not take additional funding from outside sources.
The Goucher Poll seeks to improve public discourse in the state by providing neutral and nonbiased information on citizen perceptions and opinions.