What To Watch For On Election Night

Election Night is one of the most exciting nights on television. No matter what network you watch on Tuesday, they’ll all have one thing in common: they will all be using exit polling research from Edison.

We, of course, will have all of the network coverage on our great Wall O’TVs at Edison Election HQ, though we’ll be a little busy to watch much of it. But we thought you’d appreciate a handy guide to watching TV on this great night of politics and drama, so we put together a little video for you on how to watch TV on election night and be the smartest person in the room at your election party.

BIG thanks to Steve Lemma and Megan Lazovick for putting this together, and to Larry Rosin for the ideas and script. I was just the voice “talent” on this one. Enjoy!

3 replies
  1. Tony Sanders
    Tony Sanders says:

    Thanks for doing what you do!

    Nice instructional video, too.

    BTW: I teach high-school statistics in Washington, D.C. to juniors and seniors. I would LOVE to get some good stuff from you guys to share with my students.

    Your video is one thing I can share. Perhaps, after the dust settles, you can think about my students and help me teach them some great stuff about statistics and the elections.

    Thanks!!

    Tony Sanders

    Math Teacher
    Perry Street Prep

    tsanders@pspdc.org (school email)

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  2. Adina Podell
    Adina Podell says:

    KUDOS TO THE FIRM … for doing a fine job with Election exit polling, and for all the work you do, for the great video, and for your unparalleled work!
    Please give these and our best regards to Mary Carr Meyn,
    from the Podells, Dan & Adina

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