Monday, October 24, 2022

Western Pollsters Gather – Analyze 2022 Midterm and the Politics of 2024


The annual conference of the Pacific Chapter of the American Association of Public Opinion Research (PAPOR) will meet in San Francisco December 1 and 2 to present new research on public opinion trends.

One of the popular panels titled “Election Issues in Western States” will sift through the results of the 2022 midterm and discuss the likely political changes, including a preview of 2024. The panel assembles California’s top pollsters and political analysts with colleagues from Western states.


Scheduled to attend are:

  • Mark DiCamillo – Director of the Berkeley IGS Poll
  • Mark Baldassare – President of the Public Policy Institute of California, conducts statewide polls
  • Brianne Gilbert – Director of the Center for the Study of Los Angeles (StudyLA), senior lecturer at LMU
  • Floyd Ciruli – Director of the Crossley Center of Public Opinion Research at University of Denver

Also invited to comment is Mark Barabak, columnist for the Los Angeles Times, who regularly covers western political trends and, of course, California.

I will moderate the panel and discuss the midterm election trends in Western States, especially Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon, and the polls and results in Colorado.

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