Suffolk University presidential polls have predicted outcomes in key battleground states including Colorado, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Having conducted extensive polls and bellwether surveys in the 2004 presidential election and beyond, SUPRC has now expanded its reach overseas. Suffolk was the only U.S. university to poll the 2017 French election. The Center found that Emmanuel Macron led his opponent, Marine Le Pen, by 16 points in the run-up to France's presidential runoff. Macron did indeed win by a comfortable margin.
SUPRC Poll Ranking Improves
For the 2020 election cycle, Nate Silver’s statistical model on pollster accuracy on FiveThirtyEight.com has Suffolk University ranked with a grade of A, up from A- in previous election cycles.
SUPRC is ranked 7th in the country out of a total of 430 polling organizations, and is ranked #3 when rating organizations with more than 75 polls.