Emily Guskin

Washington, D.C.

Polling analyst at The Washington Post specializing in public opinion about politics, elections and public policy.

Education: Rutgers University, MPP; University of Maryland, BA in communication; University of Maryland, BA in government and politics

Emily Guskin is the polling analyst at The Washington Post, specializing in public opinion about politics, election campaigns and public policy. Before joining The Post in 2016, she was a research manager at APCO Worldwide and prior to that, she was a research analyst at the Pew Research Center's Journalism Project.
Latest from Emily Guskin

Trump leads by wide margin in N.H. primary, Post-Monmouth poll finds

Haley nearly doubles her support from November, but she trails among the Republican Party’s base voters.

January 22, 2024

    How different groups voted in the Iowa caucuses, according to entrance polls

    See how various groups of residents voted for a presidential nominee during the Iowa caucuses by reviewing data from the network exit poll conducted by Edison Research.

    January 16, 2024

    A quarter of Americans believe FBI instigated Jan. 6, Post-UMD poll finds

    More than 3 in 10 Republicans have adopted the falsehood that the FBI conspired to cause the Capitol riot, a Post-UMD poll finds.

    January 4, 2024

    Republican loyalty to Trump, rioters climbs in 3 years after Jan. 6 attack

    Republicans are less likely to believe that those who stormed the Capitol were “mostly violent” and less likely to believe that Trump bears responsibility for Jan. 6, a Post-UMD survey found.

    January 2, 2024

    Trump leads GOP field by more than 4 to 1 in Michigan, Post-Monmouth poll finds

    Democrats are much less enthusiastic about Biden than Republicans are about Trump.

    December 14, 2023

    Trump leads big in New Hampshire as Haley rises, Post-Monmouth poll finds

    The poll confirms other polls that show former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley moving into second place, albeit a distant second.

    November 17, 2023

    Our Republican debate poll finds Nikki Haley won

    Fifty-three percent of Republican debate watchers are now considering voting for the former U.N. ambassador, up from 45 percent before the debate.

    November 9, 2023

    Va. voters focused on education, but less on trans students, poll finds

    Parents are divided on how much their children have recovered from pandemic-related learning loss.

    October 22, 2023

    Post-Schar School poll: Abortion key for Democrats, women in Virginia election

    Virginia’s off-year contests are the country’s only major races this year and could signal the national political mood heading into the 2024 presidential election.

    October 20, 2023