Anna Greenberg

Vice President, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research

Guest

Vice President of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research, a Democratic polling group; former Assistant Professor of Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government

Anna Greenberg on KCRW

Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised  healthcare summit  today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

Healthcare: Policy and Partisan Politics

Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised healthcare summit today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

from Which Way, L.A.?

To upset  Barack Obama  next Tuesday,  John McCain  is counting on a conservative base in small towns, energized by running-mate  Sarah Palin .

Will 'Values Voters' Turn to the Economy?

To upset Barack Obama next Tuesday, John McCain is counting on a conservative base in small towns, energized by running-mate Sarah Palin .

from To the Point

This year's elections are crucial to President Bush, and he wants fellow Republicans to focus on the war in Iraq as part of the war on terror.

Iraq and the War on Terror: Politics and Reality

This year's elections are crucial to President Bush, and he wants fellow Republicans to focus on the war in Iraq as part of the war on terror.

from To the Point

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