Polling analyst at The Washington Post specializing in public opinion about politics, elections and public policy. Education: Rutgers University, MPP; University of Maryland, BA in communication; University of Maryland, BA in government and politics Emily Guskin is the polling analyst at The Washington Post, specializing in public opinion about politics, election campaigns and public policy. Before joining The Post in 2016, she was a research manager at APCO Worldwide and prior to that, she was a research analyst at the Pew Research Center's Journalism Project. Professional Affiliations: American Association for Public Opinion Research
Americans remain worried about returning to restaurants and stores, a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll found, as models forecast a more dire covid-19 toll and the White House weighs shutting down its coronavirus task force.
See the strengths and weaknesses of each Democratic candidate, according to surveys of voters as they exited randomly selected voting sites in Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri and Washington on March 10.