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Gary Orren, Professor of Public Policy and Management, teaches and writes on public opinion, politics, and persuasion. He has worked in the United States and abroad as a pollster and strategist for candidates, interest groups, government agencies, corporations, and news organizations, including the New York Times and Washington Post. He helped draft the rules for the presidential nomination process and assists ABC News in its election night forecasting. He worked at the youth corps program City Year as a team leader and director of national policy and planning. His books include Equality in America: The View from the Top; Media and Momentum: The New Hampshire Primary and Nomination Politics; The Electronic Commonwealth: The Impact of New Media Technologies on Democratic Politics; and Media Polls in American Politics. He received his bachelor’s degree from Oberlin and his PhD from Harvard. String instruments are his thing: playing some (violin, guitar) and playing with others (a tennis racket).
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