Predicting the 2016 Presidential Election: What Went Wrong? Online Event

When:
January 17, 2017
Time:
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM (CDT)
Category:
Special Events
Location:
Online
Details:

With many pollsters assuring a Clinton victory, the 2016 presidential election shocked data experts nationwide and left many wondering how researched predictions could miss the mark. In an online panel hosted by Northwestern University School of Professional Studies (SPS), four authorities weigh in on what the polls guessed wrong and the future of predictive analytics in political campaigns. 

Panelists include CNN political contributor Patti Solis Doyle, SPS MS in Predictive Analytics director Tom Miller, Medill Journalism professor Larry Stuelpnagel, and SPS predictive analytics and information design faculty member Marianne Seiler. 

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