Monday, May 1, 2017 - Lansing – With the 2018 Governor’s race starting to take shape and the candidates for the Lansing and Detroit 2017 mayoral elections now finalized, Lansing’s leading political pundits were asked to weigh in on the current landscape for these key upcoming elections.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 – Lansing, MI – With president Trump’s first six weeks and his first address to a Joint Session of Congress now the books, Michigan’s leading political pundits are ready to weigh in on the president’s first major milestone and offer predictions on the success he will have navigating his proposals through Congress.
After a seven-week hiatus of punditry introspection, reflection and self-flagellation following the November 8th presidential elections, the Pundit Poll returned today to name its Michigan Political People of the Year and look ahead to 2017 for who will be Michigan’s Most Influential Republican and Democrat.
Friday, Oct. 7, 2016 – Lansing, MI – One month to go and Michigan’s political insiders have made their predictions on which party will control the Michigan State House and which presidential candidate will win Michigan on the way to the White House. Both major political parties have something to celebrate.
Friday, August 5, 2016 – Lansing – The 2016 Michigan primary campaign is just a few days in the rearview mirror and there are still roughly 100 days until we elect the nation’s next President, so the Pundit Poll is, of course, looking ahead to the 2018 campaign for Governor. Who’s running? Who’s not? We asked 101 of Michigan’s political experts and insiders.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – Mackinac Island, MI – The ferries are ferrying. The drinks are flowing. The Porch is being walked and talked. People are complaining/raving about the weather. The 2016 Detroit Regional Chamber Mackinac Policy Conference is underway. In honor of this political rite of spring in Michigan, the Pundit Poll looked to identify pundits’ top priorities for Detroit, and gauge the optimism around turning those priorities into realities.
Tuesday, May 3, 2016 - Lansing, MI – Teacher sickouts. New commissions. Local control. Legislative gridlock. Heartbreaking results. Dramatic turnarounds. Looking ahead five years, what will be the condition of the Detroit Public Schools? The Pundit Poll asked.