Hannah Chanatry Polling Assistant, MassINC Polling Group

Hannah Chanatry is a Polling Assistant at MassINC Polling group. A graduate of St. Lawrence University, she held internships with the Syracuse Post-Standard and the St. Lawrence University Communications Department; she currently writes on a freelance basis for WBUR’s The ARTery.

Prior to joining MassINC, Hannah traveled extensively:  she studied multimedia journalism in Istanbul, Turkey, interned at Istituto Lorenzo de’Medici in Florence, Italy, and spent a month volunteering on an organic farm outside of Dublin, Ireland. Now she is excited to explore her new home of Somerville, MA.

ARTICLES By Hannah Chanatry

Boston Back at the Bidding Table: World Cup 2026 Edition

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FIFA announced on Wednesday that the United States, Mexico, and Canada won a joint bid to host the 2026 Men’s World Cup. The tournament will be a first on a couple fronts – the first to feature an expanded roster of 48 teams, and the first to be hosted by three countries. The U.S. will host the

Is MA-7 minority-majority? Not among voters

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Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley announced last week she is challenging 18-year veteran Congressman Mike Capuano. […] Since Pressley’s announcement, much of the coverage has noted the diversity of the district as a key dynamic in how the race may unfold. The urban district, which includes large parts of Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Everett, and Chelsea, is alone

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Amazon, but for Amazon HQ

With its radically open bidding process for its second headquarters, Amazon is doing to economic development what it did to retail. Amazon, the company that disrupted bookselling and then the selling of most everything else, has thrown economic development agencies for a loop with the bidding to host their second headquarters. From the start, Amazon’s

The Topline: The Independence of Independents

Party leaders, consultants look for ways to win on new landscape

Party leaders, consultants look for ways to win on new landscape The ranks of political independents continue to swell in Massachusetts, while the number of Democrats and Republicans remains roughly steady. Younger voters are choosing to remain “unenrolled” when they register to vote, rather than choosing a political party. The result is an increasing tilt

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Winter Storm Trump hits Massachusetts

Welcome back to The Topline! Now that we’re through Election 2016, we decided to reboot the newsletter. Every two weeks we’ll round up the latest in national and Massachusetts polling, politics, and data. Non-presidential years are usually about state and local politics. We have a Mayor’s race in Boston this year, and next year Governor

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