David Redlawsk

Director, University of Iowa Hawkeye Poll

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Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa and Director of its Hawkeye Poll

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Two days from today, American voters will finally be heard from about their  presidential preferences —not at the polls, but at  caucuses in the state of Iowa . What are they?

Understanding the Caucus Process

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