One of America’s favorite post-election sports is to figure out which industries and interest groups will be winners or losers when the new president/governor/mayor takes office. While opinions differ on who benefits, this year there’s been rare unanimity on the one industry that decidedly took a hit — public opinion research.
One of America’s favorite post-election sports is to figure out which industries and interest groups will be winners or losers when the new president/governor/mayor takes office. While opinions differ on who benefits, this year there’s been rare unanimity on the one industry that decidedly took a hit — public opinion research. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com
One of America’s favorite post-election sports is to figure out which industries and interest groups will be winners or losers when the new president/governor/mayor takes office. While opinions differ on who benefits, this year there’s been rare unanimity on the one industry that decidedly took a hit — public opinion research. Dean J. Koepfler dean.koepfler@thenewstribune.com

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