Why Representation Matters

November 20-21, 2020

Virtual Location! Accessible anywhere via Internet connection

Conference Chair: Sara Walsh, NORC at the University of Chicago

Associate Conference Chair: David Sterrett, NORC at the University of Chicago

Our conference theme asks the MAPOR community to consider why representation matters in the work we do everyday. Why do we value representation and why do we strive to achieve it in our polls, our study samples, and in our research design? Where does representation factor into our interviewing and research teams? Why do we place a premium on representative data? We think about representation continually in our daily work and for our conference, let’s gather together and center our discussion on Why Representation Matters. Our conference will feature many interesting sessions on all facets of research related to public opinion, communication, survey research, and their methodologies. We are looking forward to seeing you in November at the conference!

–Sara Walsh, 2020 MAPOR Conference Chair

To register for the MAPOR Annual Conference please click HERE.

Early Bird Registration for Non-Students: $50 plus annual membership Early Bird Registration for Students: Free! After November 9th, registration costs will go up to $70 for non-students and $5 for Students. Click here to view the Preliminary Conference Program!

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Information about our past conferences can be found here.