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Has Polling Killed Democracy?

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Just to make the week more challenging (in light of Eric Dienstfrey's well deserved but not so well timed vacation this week), I agreed some months ago to speak tomorrow on a special panel, "Has Polling Killed Democracy", put on by The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia. So posting will be delayed tomorrow. Apologies in advance for that. We will (hopefully) get back to normal on Monday.

If you are in the Charlottesville area, you can find details on the panel here (pdf) and directions to the Miller Center here. The panel is free and open to the general public.

If you are not in Charlottesville tomorrow and still have too much free time on your hands, the panel will be webcast live and archived online at the Miller Center website.

 

Comments
Callimaco:

Polling didn't kill democracy.

Stupidity killed democracy.

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Thatcher:

Video killed the radio star ...
YouTube killed democracy ...

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