After the Election

Despite polls showing a nation frustrated with Congress, more than 90% of Senate and House incumbents were reelected in November. So what does this say about the electorate and the state of politics? On this program, we’re asking our political science experts that question, along with the value of political endorsements, changing demographics and the use of technology in polling. Michael Bitzer of Catawba College, Karen Kedrowski of Winthrop University, Bob Oldendick of the University of South Carolina and Susan Roberts of Davidson College share their insight and perspectives.

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