Support for action on global warming, already strong in the 2006 election, was even stronger in 2008, particularly among young voters that are the future electorateVoters see clean energy and economy linked Nov 07, 2008
This contest is likely to be very close until the weekend before the election -- then the dam may break and support may flood one way or the otherWalker's World: The world's election Sep 02, 2008
It's been a bad couple of weeks for the Democrats, with Obama and Hillary continuing to snipe at each other, beginning the process of a thousand cutsClaim: Democratic race helps McCain Mar 23, 2008
The problem for the President is that the country is badly split over the war, and those who oppose it are unlikely to change their minds because of a single developmentPoll says bin Laden catch no help for Bush Jun 08, 2006
The movement has not been huge either way since our March poll showing Kerry leading 58 percent to 38 percentPoll: Latinos prefer Kerry to Bush Jul 26, 2004
John Zogby (born 1948) is an American political pollster and first senior fellow at The Catholic University of America's Life Cycle Institute. He is the founder, president and CEO of Zogby International, a polling firm known for both phone polling and interactive, Internet-based polling.
Zogby grew up in Utica, New York, the son of Lebanese Catholic immigrants. His brother, James Zogby, is the founder of the Arab American Institute, and is also employed by Zogby International.
Zogby received a Bachelor's degree in history from Le Moyne College in 1970 and a Master's degree in history from Syracuse University in 1973. He taught history and political science for 24 years. A trustee of Le Moyne College, Zogby received the Alumni Award in June, 2000. In 2005, he was awarded Honorary Doctorate Degrees from State University of New York and the Graduate School of Union University. In 2009, Zogby received an honorary degree from the College of St. Rose.