Aug. 10, 2016—To say that this has been a crazy year in politics is a laugh-out-loud understatement. We turn to the experts in Vanderbilt’s renowned political science department for insight not only into the 2016 presidential race, but also into the future of U.S. politics itself.
May. 19, 2016—Donald Trump is leading in the presidential election in Tennessee, but his support slipped noticeably after the Indiana Primary on May 3.
May. 10, 2016—Reporters are invited to a May 19 news conference unveiling the results of the latest Vanderbilt Poll-Tennessee
Vanderbilt Poll-Tennessee: Immigration issue indicative of growing divide between mainstream Republicans, Tea Party
Dec. 4, 2015—The new Vanderbilt Poll finds that Tennessee voters are getting more interested in immigration and strongly support freedom of religion, Muslims included.
Dec. 1, 2015—Results of the latest Vanderbilt Poll on Tennessee issues will be released on December 4 in the Student Life Center on the Vanderbilt campus.
Vanderbilt Poll-Nashville: Newly elected leadership must find balance between social services, continued economic development
Oct. 13, 2015—Nearly three-quarters of Nashville residents are optimistic about the state of the city, but significant differences of opinion exist, primarily along income--rather than racial--lines.
May. 13, 2015—Results of the latest Vanderbilt Poll have been released, and they show that Tennesseans are very supportive of Insure Tennessee.
May. 6, 2015—Results from the new Vanderbilt Poll will be discussed at a news conference May 13 in the Student Life Center.
Feb. 6, 2015—John Geer and Josh Clinton presented data from the Vanderbilt Poll to reporters at The Associated Press' legislative planning session on Feb 5.
Dec. 3, 2014—Results of the latest Vanderbilt Poll are in and show that Gov. Bill Haslam is enjoying a 70 percent popularity rate in Tennessee.
Nov. 24, 2014—The newest Vanderbilt Poll results will be released 11 a.m. Dec 3 at the Student Life Center.
May. 21, 2014—In the new Vanderbilt Poll, 86 percent of Tennessee voters said they approved of Gov. Bill Haslam’s Tennessee Promise Program, which makes community and technical colleges free to high school graduates.