How Will America Vote? Impact of the Presidential Elections on the U.S. and Its Allies
Ambassador Lee A. Feinstein, Dean, School of Global and International Studies, Indiana University; former U.S. Ambassador to Poland
Prof. Zbigniew Lewicki, Head, Department of American Studies, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University
Tod Lindberg, Research Fellow, Hoover Institution
Bruce Stokes, Director Global Economic Attitudes, Pew Research Center
Michał Baranowski, Warsaw Office Director, The German Marshall Fund of the United States
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On November 8, 2016, the world will turn its heads to North America. With President Barack Obama’s second term coming to an end, the next President of the United States of America will be elected. During the past months, a global audience was able to pursuit intensive campaigning by the candidates across national and international media outlets. With the elections being less than a month away, and the candidates constantly being put in the limelight, it is time to have a closer look at what the American public actually thinks.
Voter behavior and personal opinions are able to draw a picture of the current public understanding across the United States. Bruce Stokes, director of Global Economic Attitudes at the Pew Research Center, will be presenting the latest data on voters’ intentions, their views of the present government, as well as of the Presidential candidates, and the general attitude towards the state’s tasks in economy, domestic and international issues. It will be followed by a panel conversation.