Days before the Republican and Democratic national conventions, the first-of-its-kind GenForward survey reveals how young people feel about top political issues and the two presumptive presidential nominees.
A staff memo by Vice President-International News John Daniszewski describes how AP’s news survey specialist developed original, impactful polling on the presidential candidates whose findings earlier this month “reset the political news agenda”:
Five years after the launch of The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, the organization has been shining a bright light on why the presidential campaign has defied initial predictions.
Update: AP called the Iowa Democratic caucuses for Hillary Clinton just after 1 p.m. ET after the state party said it had finalized all results and planned no recount and after Bernie Sanders’ campaign said it did not intend to ask for a recount.