John Zogby

John Zogby is founder of the Zogby Poll and senior partner at John Zogby Strategies. John Zogby remains, by all accounts, the gold standard of polling and market research data collection and analysis in the United States today. He has been praised as "the most accurate pollster" (Seattle Post Intelligencer, Cleveland Plain Dealer, USA Today) and "the pace setter in the polling business" (New York Post). Zogby regularly appears on all three nightly network news programs, as well as The Today Show, and Good Morning America. He also is a regular political commentator for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the BBC. Zogby is the author of The New York Times bestseller The Way We’ll Be, an extensive and insightful analysis of Americans' thoughts, feelings, and beliefs, he is the co-author of First Globals: Understanding, Managing, and Unleashing the Potential of Our Millennial Generation. Continuing to put his finger on the pulse of America and beyond, Zogby creates a portrait of the trends that will drive our society in the future. His most recent book, We Are Many We Are One: Neo Tribes and Tribal Analytics In 21st Century America, makes the case for a departure from traditional, top-down demographics and offers insight into how people define themselves based on aspirations, attitudes, and values - serving as a manual on how to better reach clients, customers, and constituents. Zogby holds degrees in history from Le Moyne College and Syracuse University and taught history for 24 years. He has been awarded Honorary Doctorate Degrees from the State University of New York, The College of St. Rose, and the Graduate School of Union University. He is a Senior Advisor at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and serves as the first-ever Senior Fellow of the Catholic University Life Cycle Institute in Washington, DC. He also serves on the Advisory Council for the National Council for International Visitors (NCIV) and is a Commissioner on the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)’s Commission on Smart Power.

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