By Zander Lurie, CEO, SurveyMonkey “Fewer Women Run Big Companies Than Men Named John.” Headlines like these are shameful
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We are bearing witness to the potency of Black creativity and influence.
As a SurveyMonkey board member, she sent out a survey to her followers.
A recent poll shows that the women she panders to aren't buying it.
Our final snapshot of the national popular vote gives Hillary Clinton a six percentage point lead over Donald Trump, 47 to 41 percent, with 6 percent for Libertarian Gary Johnson and 3 percent for Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
The stars are, in fact, just like us.
Selina Tobaccowala is President and Chief Technology Officer at SurveyMonkey. Previously she cofounded Evite, and she was Senior Vice President of Product and Technology at Ticketmaster's Europe division.
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We did no serious modeling with the raw data - only applying basic demographic weighting at the state level. These straightforward adjustments mean the results shed light on the important roles that scale (large numbers of interviews) and heterogeneity (diversity of respondents and sources) play in poll accuracy.