Mark has worked in public opinion and policy research for more than 30 years. A veteran of the polling industry, he served as Time magazine’s pollster for almost ten years, and has appeared on the ABC News Election Decision Desk. He has been interviewed by several news media leaders including CNN, Fox News, and the BBC.
He has unmatched experience tracking presidential job ratings, political campaigns, and analyzing election results, as well as an innovative approach to research methodology and applications of data science in social research. In his role as Senior Research Consultant, Mark will focus on multi-faceted projects for government, media, health care, education, and more.
Mark has taught at several universities, including Rutgers, where he was a senior project director of the Eagleton Institute Poll. He has been an adjunct professor at Hunter College, Queens College and Baruch College, CUNY. Additionally, he has authored numerous conference papers and articles in professional journals. He was AAPOR President in 2002-2003, and has held numerous other positions within AAPOR. He is also a past president of the New York Chapter. He served on the editorial board of Public Opinion Quarterly, and acted as co-editor of the journal’s Poll Review Section.
For all you music lovers, Mark also sits on the Board of Governors of the Jazz and Contemporary Music Program at New School University in New York City.