WBIN to Partner with Rasmussen Reports for Political Roundtable on Eve of New Hampshire Primary
Exclusive New Hampshire Primary Special scheduled January 9, 2012 at 9pm on WBIN-TV
Derry, NH – WBIN will partner with nationally known pollster and political analyst Scott Rasmussen for a political talk show on the eve of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary: “What New Hampshire Thinks with Scott Rasmussen.” WBIN will also announce the results of a Rasmussen Reports survey conducted in partnership with WBIN during the broadcast.
“We are excited to bring our viewers the expert analysis and very latest polling data from Scott Rasmussen, the undisputed leader in the field,” said Gerry McGavick, General Manager of WBIN. “Scott Rasmussen, along with our guest panelists, will break down the expected vote, messaging and organizations providing viewers with keen insights into the candidates and the electoral process,” continued McGavick.
The exclusive special will feature Scott Rasmussen as the host along with a panel of national political pundits, journalists and New Hampshire political leaders.
"I’m very excited to work with the team at WBIN to provide viewers with the latest information about the candidates and the contest as they make their final decisions for the first in the nation primary,” said Scott Rasmussen, founder and President of Rasmussen Reports.
WBIN-TV offers both entertainment and public affairs programming to an audience that encompasses 2.4 million households representing nearly 6 million viewers both over the air and through all major cable systems throughout New Hampshire and the Boston DMA.
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