Political Marketing in 2012

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Editor’s Note: I am very pleased to introduce a new contributor to Research Access – Matt Simon. Matt will be writing regularly for Research Access about political marketing and research topics. He worked in Washington, DC, for 23 years as a political writer, magazine editor, and producer, including eight years as producer of “Face-Off,” a […]

Introducing the Research Life Podcast

Research Life Podcast

I’m proud to announce a new feature at Research Access:  the Research Life Podcast. The subtitle of the Research Life Podcast is “Where Data Meets Life.”  In each episode, we’ll feature several examples of interesting news stories relating to data and/or survey results and talk about them.  The idea is to have a fun discussion […]

What Birtherism Teaches Us About Polling

Though in the past few days, given the death of Osama bin Laden, the news cycle has dramatically changed, I still wanted to draw your attention to a recent article in The Atlantic concerning the “birther” debate. Speaking for myself, and not Research Access, I feel the need to point out that I would normally […]

New state map uncovers secrets of Internet access in WA state

Washington’s interactive map is slated to be publicly available soon on the Washington State Broadband site. This map will list detail of where is broadband Internet access available in Washington state, in what forms is it deployed, and what types of speeds can people get. “We’re becoming a digital economy, and there are significant parts […]