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The Basics of Polling Training Seminar
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When: Tuesday, June 30th
Noon - 2:00pm
Where: Democratic GAIN Conference Room
1101 Vermont Ave NW
9th Floor
Washington, District of Columbia  20005
Contact: Nikki Enfield

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Democratic GAIN is proud to present Matt Hogan of Anzalone Liszt Research for a "Basics of Polling" Training Seminar!

During this 2-hour session, Matt will go over:

-    The Basics of Why to Poll
-    Hiring a Pollster – Where to Look, What to Ask, How to Choose
-    Deciding What to Ask – How to choose a focus of your poll
-    Reading a Poll – Going Past the Front Page
-    Using the Polling Information to form a message and strategy

This seminar is geared toward individuals with 1-2 cycles of campaign or advocacy experience who wish to take their career to the next level, but individuals at any level in their career are welcome to join in order to gain this valuable information. 

This seminar is $25 for non-dues-paying members and FREE for paid members!  Membership starts at just $25, so you may as well join before registering!

Contact Nikki Enfield at with any questions.

Matt Hogan serves as Vice President at Anzalone Liszt Research where he is responsible for writing questionnaires, analyzing poll results, and for providing strategic direction to clients.  Prior to joining Anzalone Liszt Research, Matt was a Senior Analyst at the political polling firm of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research working for national political clients such as the Kerry/Edwards campaign,, and the Campaign for America’s Future.  He also worked as an analyst at Democracy Corps, a non-profit founded by Stan Greenberg and James Carville that provides research and strategic advice to progressive organizations.  Most recently, he worked on the Obama/Biden  campaign, coordinating polling and media for the Midwestern region.  Matt holds a masters degree in public policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a B.A. in History from James Madison University.