October 10, 2008

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LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Bucknell University students interested in participating in a live, interactive poll may sign up by going to myBucknell and clicking on the “Volunteer” spotlight.

The live polling exercise will be part of the Bucknell Forum discussion, “The Polls and the Presidency,” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, in Trout Auditorium in the Vaughan Literature Building, one week before Election Day. A group of 40 students will be randomly selected from those who sign up to provide live feedback using dial machines while watching campaign ads at the event.

National pollsters Republican Steve Lombardo and Democrat Jefrey Pollock will discuss the latest national polls and the results of the live survey.

Advance online poll
The campus community and the public also are encouraged to participate in an advance online poll, the results of which will be analyzed at the event as well. Go to The Bucknell Forum and click on the “Bucknell Community Political Opinion Survey” to participate.

The advance survey was developed courtesy of a professional pollster to correspond with a Wall Street Journal/NBC poll for national comparison.

Read more on “The Polls and the Presidency.”

Contact: Division of Communications