Expert Prediction: Possible Decline in Voters This Election

Jun 20, 2024

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Meena Bose

Dr. Meena Bose, professor of political science, executive dean of the Public Policy and Public Service program, and executive director of the Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency, talked to Newsweek about a possible uptick in Americans who choose not to vote in the 2024 election. A CBS News/YouGov poll found that only 80% have definite plans to cast ballots.



“Voter outreach, active campaigning and encouraging party members to vote are all key strategies to building political support for the presidential campaign,” Dr. Bose said.


Dr. Meena Bose is Executive Dean of Hofstra University’s Peter S. Kalikow School of Government, Public Policy and International Affairs. She is available to speak with media - simply click on her icon now to arrange an interview today.

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Professor of Political Science, Executive Dean for Public Policy & Public Service Programs

Dr. Meena Bose is Executive Dean of Hofstra University’s Peter S. Kalikow School of Government, Public Policy and International Affairs

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