KATHLEEN A. FRANKOVIC is one of the world’s leading experts in public opinion polling. She has been an election and polling consultant for CBS News and other research organizations.
She speaks and writes internationally about public opinion research, journalism and elections as an invited speaker in places as diverse as Italy, Jordan, Hong Kong, Manila, Mexico, Lisbon, Chile and India. In 2009 she retired after more than 30 years at CBS News.
She received an A.B. from Cornell University in 1968, and a Ph.D. in political science from Rutgers University in 1974. Before joining CBS News, she taught political science at the University of Vermont, and has also held visiting professorships at Cornell and at the Annenberg School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Clinton leads by 5 as voters label Trump "inconsistent" on immigration
Trump supporters continue to endorse a hard line on the GOP nominee's signature issue30 Aug 2016
National: Trump makes up some ground
Trump's support has risen from 35% to 38% among registered voters nationwide, though he still trails Hillary Clinton by four points24 Aug 2016
Clinton leads Trump by 4 nationally
43% of registered voters would vote for Hillary Clinton, while 39% would vote for Donald Trump. Gary Johnson gets 4% support.21 Jun 2016
Potential pitfalls for Clinton on the path to the convention
A small but passionate minority of Sanders supporters may prove difficult to sway10 Jun 2016
Foreign policy and the election: Trump's voters see a dangerous world
Concern about threats from abroad is key to distinguishing supporters of Donald Trump from other voters31 May 2016
Trump vs. Clinton: Both disliked, but who can do the job?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both widely disliked and distrusted, though Clinton is viewed as more prepared for the job of president26 May 2016
Clinton expands national primary lead – but Sanders supporters aren't finished yet
Hillary Clinton's path to the nomination looks ever secure, but those who aren't already supportive are growing more embittered Hillary Clinton continues her slow march to the Democratic nomination. But even though most supporters of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders admit she will likely be the Democratic nominee and could beat ...25 May 2016
After nearly a year, Trump makes GOP gains – but that's all
Republicans have warmed to Trump over the past year, but the rest of America hasn't12 May 2016
Continued Democratic campaign takes toll on Clinton
As the Democratic primary race drags on negative opinions of Hillary Clinton are growing among Democrats12 May 2016
Most Republicans think Ryan should endorse Trump
Nearly two-thirds of Republican primary voters think Ryan should endorse Trump11 May 2016