William Bishop

Washington, D.C.

Survey methodology, American politics

Education: Michigan State University, BA in Political Science; University of Maryland, College Park, MA in Government and Politics

William Bishop is a polling fellow at The Washington Post and PhD student in government and politics at the University of Maryland at College Park. Bishop's research focuses on race and ethnic politics in the United States as well as how emotions influence the political behavior of voters.
Latest from William Bishop

What teens think about White privilege, discrimination and how their generation will treat people when they grow up

A poll shows that White, Hispanic, Black and Asian teenagers have sharply different expectations for whether their race or ethnicity will hurt their ability to get ahead in life.

December 7, 2021