The Poll Hub team discusses the results of New York City’s ranked-choice Democratic primary for mayor and the implications on the national stage. Then, the Biden Administration’s goal of meeting a 70% vaccination rate by July 4th fell short. What does it mean in the fight against COVID-19 and for President Joe Biden’s political future? The team discusses.
This week, Eric Adams was projected to be the winner of the Democratic primary for New York City Mayor (and most likely the Big Apple’s next mayor). Adams’ victory may be a road map for Democrats on the national stage on how to balance the debate over police reform. We discuss Adams’ victory and his uncertain path to the nomination.
Then, what’s next in the fight against COVID-19? President Joe Biden’s goal of having 70% of Americans vaccinated against the virus fell short. With a large proportion of Americans hesitant to get the shot, will the nation ever reach that milestone? We pick up that discussion.
And, it’s a controversial blast from the past! Hear Lee’s “fun fact” on this week’s Poll Hub. (Guess we were in a New York City kind of mood.)
About Poll Hub
Poll Hub goes behind the science to explain how polling works, what polls really show, and what the numbers really mean. Poll Hub is produced by the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, home of America’s leading independent college public opinion poll, the Marist Poll. Lee Miringoff (Director of the Marist College Institute for Public Opinion), Barbara Carvalho (Director of the Marist Poll), and Jay DeDapper (Director of Innovation at the Marist Poll) dig deep to give you a look at the inner workings of polls and what they tell us about our world, our country, and ourselves.