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Michael Dimock

As the associate director for research, Michael Dimock is principally responsible for the development of the center’s research projects, including questionnaire design, project management, the analysis of polling data, and the presentation of survey results. Dimock also plays a central role in writing reports, and providing information to news organizations and others interested in polling and data analysis. Dr. Dimock received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of California-San Diego in 1996, and taught at North Carolina State University before joining the Pew Research Center in 2000. His published research includes articles and book chapters on voting behavior, public opinion and survey methodology.
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Americans Are Fed Up With Politics, Not Government, Says Study

September 28, 2012 Michael Dimock, Associate Director of Research for the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, spoke at Excellence in Government Live on Sept. 6. He presented on a panel entitled, "Shifting Missions: How Much Government Do People Want?" The message we often hear is that people are fed ...