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  Can the Republicans keep control of Congress?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the Democrats are charging hard.

  Does a bloody sock qualify you for the U.S. Senate?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about Elizabeth Warren’s possible opponent in 2018.

  So far, 2016 has been a highly unusual election.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock pollsters have their hands full this cycle.

  Political junkies spend the days before November poring over the latest polls.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that respondents should be discerning.

  Tim Vercellotti, political science professor and director of the Western New England University Polling Institute, is in London for a university summer program.

He has had a front row seat for the so-called “Brexit” referendum campaign.

British voters go to the polls Thursday to decide whether to remain in the European Union.

  Vice President Joe Biden remains popular with Democrats, but he’s out of the 2016 race.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that Biden’s time has passed. 

  The governor of Massachusetts is no fan of Donald Trump.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, continues his conversation with WAMC’s Alan Chartock. 

  Michael Dukakis, John Kerry, Mitt Romney -- could Massachusetts get another Bay Stater on a presidential ticket?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, speaks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock. 

Voters in Massachusetts support legalizing marijuana and expanding the number of charter schools in the state, according to a new poll by Western New England University.  Both issues are likely to appear on the November ballot in Massachusetts. 

A new poll by Western New England University finds Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wound trounce potential Republican presidential opponents in Massachusetts voting. 

WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with polling institute director and political science professor Tim Vercellotti.

  Can Senator Sanders still become President Sanders?

That’s the question on today’s Congressional Corner with Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, and WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

  Donald Trump is long past the point of merely being a novelty.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, continues his conversation with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

  The Supreme Court could be down a member for another 12 months.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that most Americans want a new justice on the bench. 

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Voting is underway in about dozen states including Massachusetts and Vermont in a round of presidential primaries known as Super Tuesday.  Today could go a long way toward settling the nomination contests in both the Democratic and Republican parties. 

WAMC’s Paul Tuthill spoke with Tim Vercellotti, the director of the Polling Institute and a political science professor at Western New England University.

  Massachusetts’ Congressional delegation is stocked with Democrats. So why is the governor a Republican?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, and WAMC’s Alan Chartock try to figure it out. 

  In just a few days, primary voters will help whittle the presidential field.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, looks back on the race so far with WAMC’s Alan Chartock. 

  In just a few days, we’ll know if the presidential primary predictions were right.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, talks with WAMC’s Alan Chartock about the state of polling.

 Republicans have been debating the debates.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about the GOP’s beef with CNBC.

  Elizabeth Warren is a Senator from Massachusetts, but she also speaks for many progressives.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock about Warren’s political power.

  Lots of kids want to be astronauts or firefighters. But what about pollsters?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that there’s always a market for information.

  Senate Majority Leader — it’s Mitch McConnell’s dream job.

But in today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that it’s no easy gig.

  Massachusetts has been under new leadership for more than half a year.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, discusses the Baker administration with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

  Who isn’t running for president by now?

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, goes over the early numbers with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

Most of the pre-campaign talk has surrounded old names in politics: Bush and Clinton.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that some other candidates still have a shot.

Massachusetts is getting to know its new governor. In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, discusses Charlie Baker with WAMC’s Alan Chartock.

She’s not even an official candidate yet, but Hillary Clinton is facing her first major campaign crisis.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that the former Secretary of State has been behind the curve. The two spoke before Clinton's Tuesday afternoon press conference.

  Massachusetts has produced another national political figure.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that Senator Warren is a rising star.

  President Obama says there’s plenty left to do before he leaves office.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, takes a look at the year ahead.

  For the first time in several cycles, the U.S. Senate race in November was an afterthought.

In today’s Congressional Corner, Tim Vercellotti, director of the Western New England University poll and professor of political science, tells WAMC’s Alan Chartock that Senator Ed Markey won easily, but now finds himself in the minority.

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