New UMW Statewide Survey Generates Media Attention

A new University of Mary Washington survey of Virginia voters, conducted by Stephen Farnsworth, professor of political science and director of the University’s Center for Leadership and Media Studies, generated extensive media attention, with reports on the survey appearing in a wide range of news outlets, including National Public Radio, the Associated Press, the Richmond Times-Dispatch, WWBT-TV, WAMU-FM, WCVE-FM, WVTF-FM,WTOP-AM, WRVA-AM, the Daily Press of Newport News, Virginia Mercury and The Free Lance-Star.


Here are a sample of the articles:

New Poll: In Virginia, Trump Trails All 2020 Democratic Candidates (NPR)

Poll Finds Majority of Virginians Support Marijuana Legalization (NPR)

Virginia AG supports legalizing recreational marijuana (Associated Press)

Poll: Biden favorite among Va. voters, but Warren, Sanders and Harris all lead Trump (Virginia Mercury; NBC 12)

Biden leads Democratic presidential hopefuls in Virginia, poll finds (WTOP; Inside Nova)

UMW poll shows big leads for Trump challengers (WINA News Radio; 1061 The Corner)

UMW poll: Virginians prefer Biden among field of Democrat presidential hopefuls (The Free Lance-Star)