Forecasting America's Extraordinary Election
13/09/2016 12:25 a.m.
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Henry Olsen, a first rank American political analyst spoke about the 2016 US Election and its likely outcome.
 
 
Forecasting America's Extraordinary Election
 
Henry Olsen, a Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington DC, forecasts the results of the 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2014 US Presidential Elections with remarkable accurancy. He is consequently regarded as among the first rank of political analysts in America with an unparallelled forecasting record.
 
Mr Olsen spoke about the 2016 US Election, about the  contenders, and its likely outcome.
 
Recently his work has focussed on how to address the electoral challenges facing modern America in a way that reflects conservative ideas and values; this will culminate in a book examining Ronald Reagan’s intellectual legacy, to be published by Harper Collins in 2017.
 
His articles have featured in many prominent publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, National Review, and The Weekly Standard.
 
Date: 5.30pm Thursday, 22nd September 2016
 
Venue: 1067 Budapest,  Eötvös u. 24. 1st floor,16.

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