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

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?

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