(Cazenovia, NY – Nov. 2012) Three days after America decides who will occupy the White House for the next four years, top political pollster John Zogby will offer his views and analysis on the election results at a Cazenovia Forum event on Friday Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at St. James Roman Catholic Church, 6 Green St. in Cazenovia.
Hailed by major media and political operatives for his polling accuracy and his insightful analysis of America’s political and cultural landscape, Zogby will offer his perspectives on the voting outcome in a lecture titled “A Portrait of the Winning and Losing Coalitions.”
The event is free, no reservations or tickets are required and audience members will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speaker. Those planning to attend are advised that the venue for this event has been changed to St. James Church from the Catherine Cummings Theatre, which normally hosts Cazenovia Forum lectures. There is ample parking in the church’s lot off Sullivan Street.
“Many will remember that we had John Zogby speak at the Forum shortly after the 2008 elections, and what a treat it was to hear his deep dive into voting patterns and trends,” said Cindy Sutton, president of the Cazenovia Forum. “We are enormously fortunate to again have one of America’s premier political pollsters on hand – just three days after the votes are counted – to go through the results and provide his unique perspectives on what happened in voting booths across the nation.”
As author of The New York Times bestseller The Way We’ll Be: The Zogby Report on the Transformation of the American Dream, Zogby continues to put his finger on the pulse of America, creating a portrait of the trends that drive our society today and in the future. He writes a weekly column for Forbes.com, a weekly report card on President Obama’s performance for The Washington Times, and a monthly column for Politicsmagazine.
A well-known political and social pundit, his work has been featured in op-ed pages worldwide, valued in corporate boardrooms and considered “must-read” at every level of America’s political landscape. He has been interviewed by every major US news and cable network, and has served as an election analyst for the BBC, CBC and Al Jazeera, among others.