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Stanley B. Klein

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Long Island University

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Long Island University

720 Northern Blvd.

Greenvale, New York, 11548

United States

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LIU is one of the nation's largest private universities. Since its founding in 1926, LIU has provided high quality academic programs taught by world-class faculty. LIU offers 500 accredited programs to more than 20,000 students and has a network of over 200,00...more

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GOP


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The Huntington Republican Committee

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As Senate Prepares to Vote on Health Care, Long Island University Hornstein Center Poll Shows 56

The Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling and Analysis is an independent and non-partisan institute directed by Dr. Stanley B. Klein which endeavors to conduct research on a variety of issues affecting the American electorate.
Dr. Klein has taught political science for over 50 years at LIU Post, bringing extensive experience in politics, government, and academia to the work done at the Steven S. Hornstein Center.


Long Island University's Hornstein Center Poll Shows Majority Disapproval for Decision to Fire

"This poll is based on an operating process that is targeting voters entirely through mobile devices, enabling us to procure responses in a highly efficient manner," stated LIU Political Science Professor Stanley B. Klein.
The Steven S. Hornstein Center for Policy, Polling & Analysis is an independent and fully nonpartisan institute directed by Dr. Stanley B. Klein which endeavors to conduct research on a variety of issues affecting the American electorate. Dr. Klein has taught political science for over 50 years at LIU-Post bringing extensive experience in politics, government, and academia to the work done here at the Steven S. Hornstein Center.


WSJ: Minorities Slam Revised Political Map - Long Island Civic Engagement Table

Stan Klein, political science professor at the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University and a member of the Huntington Republican Committee, said drawing majority-minority districts on Long Island would be difficult because they are spread out.
Further, he said, it would be "equally unfair" to draw districts specifically for minority communities.


http://www.newsday.com/long-island/columnists/joye-brown/full-court-press-needed-to-curb-political-mailings-1.10952914

Stanley Klein, a political science professor at LIU Post in Brookville and a Huntington GOP committeeman, told Hadrick that Rice's decision had "opened a Pandora's box."


http://www.newsday.com/long-island/nassau-democrats-da-race-highlights-thursday-s-long-island-primary-elections-1.10814367

Among the challenges facing Scotto, and other primary candidates not backed by their local party committee, is the historically low voter turnout in Long Island primary elections, said Stanley Klein, a political-science professor at LIU Post in Brookville.
"Unless both sides have spent a lot of money and have had a lot of boots on the sidewalk, primaries generally get less than five percent turnout," Klein said.


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