MassINC in the media

MassINC staff members have been featured prominently in local broadcast media over the last two weeks. With the release of a statewide poll by the MassINC Polling Group (MPG) and WBUR showing Senate candidates Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren running neck and neck, MPG president Steve Koczela appeared on various WBUR programs to analyze the findings. The latest poll is part of a partnership between the MassINC Polling Group and WBUR, which has commissioned MPG as its election season pollster.

As the transportation finance debate heats up, research director Ben Forman appeared on Fox 25 News to provide much needed context to the discussion. Ben is coauthor of Moving Forward with Funding, a report that examines a regionalized approach to transportation financing.

Finally, CommonWealth magazine editor Bruce Mohl appeared on Radio Boston last Friday to discuss the week in the news, which included an NStar/Northeast Utilities deal, Joseph Kennedy III’s run for Congress, and the US Senate race. Bruce also appeared in a Comcast Newsmakers segment, which is airing on CNN Headline News and is also available to Xfinity On Demand customers.

Follow the links below to see the MassINC/CommonWealth magazine media appearances:

WBUR Poll: Brown, Warren running neck and neck

Radio Boston: Brown, Warren and the middle class

Radio Boston: Brown, Warren race very close

Radio Boston Week in Review

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