|To:||Friends of ANES|
|From:||The PIs of the American National Election Studies|
|Re:||ANES Announcement: An invitation to learn about the ANES|
|Date:||August 25, 2009|
You are cordially invited to attend two ANES related events at the APSA annual meeting in Toronto!
First, our annual Public Meeting will be held at 10am on Saturday, September 5th.
We will provide updates on:
- The 2008 Time Series Study survey data
- The 2008-2009 Panel Study survey data
- New developments on coding of open-ended questions
- Information on many other ongoing ANES projects
After each of these presentations, there will be time for comments and questions. We are very interested in your views. The public meeting is scheduled for Room 704 at the Convention Center. As locations are subject to change, please check your program to verify the location.
In addition to the Public Meeting, we will be conducting a roundtable titled �What's Now and What's Next: The Present and Future of the American National Election Studies.� Joining us on the panel will be Matthew DeBell, Vincent Hutchings, Gary Segura, Simon Jackman and Keith Payne. De Bell, Krosnick, and Lupia will lead a presentation about substantive and technical advances pertinent to the ANES's 2008 Time Series and the 2008-2009 Panel Study. Hutchings, Jackman, and Segura, will report on the grant that they have submitted to fund the ANES through the next presidential election. Keith Payne, from the University of North Carolina, will discuss the use and implications of the Affect Misattribution Procedure, a new psychological measure that was included in both the Panel and Time Series studies. The roundtable is scheduled for 4:15pm on Saturday, September 5th in Room 802B at the Convention Center. As locations are subject to change, please check your program to verify the location.
We hope you to see there!
Jon A. Krosnick and Arthur Lupia
ANES Principal Investigators