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Larry Hugick is Chairman of Princeton Survey Research Associates International. Hugick is a nationally recognized expert in public opinion, pre-election polling, and policy research. He leads the PSRAI team in conducting work for The Pew Research Center related to politics and social trends. Since 2000, he has served as a regular exit poll analyst for NBC News. From 1989 to 2010 he conducted regular polling on politics, policy, and lifestyle issues for Newsweek magazine. For the past decade at PSRAI, he has conducted surveys on a wide range of health and health care topics for the Kaiser Family Foundation, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Prevention magazine and other clients. At the state level, he has done regular polling in Pennsylvania about policy issues for the Pew Charitable Trusts and IssuesPA; and major social research in Massachusetts for MassINC.
Before joining PSRAI in 1993, Hugick spent 15 years at The Gallup Organization, where he was Managing Editor of The Gallup Poll and led polling efforts for major newspapers, including Newsday and The Chicago-Sun Times.
Hugick's research studies of "rally events" and presidential approval and problems in polling on biracial elections have received national media attention. He has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, PBS, and NPR as a commentator about polling and public opinion.
Hugick is a graduate of Dickinson College. He is past president of the New Jersey Chapter of AAPOR and a frequent speaker at national AAPOR conferences.
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