Andrew Kohut at Miller Center, 2011
|Alma mater||Rutgers University|
|Notable work||America Against the World|
|Title||Founding director of the Pew Research Center, Director of the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project|
Andrew Kohut is an American pollster. Kohut is the founding director of the Pew Research Center and serves as director of the Pew Research Center's Global Attitudes Project. He served as the center's president from 2004 to 2012, and directed the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press from 1993 to 2012. Kohut is a regular guest on National Public Radio and television news programs such as PBS NewsHour, where he presents Pew's poll results and analysis.
Kohut received an AB degree from Seton Hall University in 1964 and studied graduate sociology at Rutgers State University from 1964-66. From 1979-1989, Kohut was president of the Gallup Organization, and in 1989 he founded Princeton Survey Research Associates, an attitude and opinion research firm specializing in media, politics and public policy. He is a past president of the American Association for Public Opinion Research and the National Council on Public Polls. His essays have appeared in the op-ed section of the New York Times and he has been a regular columnist for the Columbia Journalism Review and AOL News. Kohut is the co-author of four books, most recently America Against the World (Times Books). In 2000, he won the New York AAPOR Chapter Award for Outstanding Contribution to Opinion Research, and in 2005 he was awarded the American Association of Public Opinion Research’s Award for Exceptionally Distinguished Achievement, that organization’s highest honor.
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- About the Pew Global Attitudes Project
- Madeleine Albright, John Danforth, and Andrew Kohut, by David T. Cook, Christian Science Monitor, June 23, 2006. The former Secretary of State, former Senator, and Kohut discuss the divide between Islam and the West.
- How Important Is the Iraq War for American Voters?, National Public Radio, Talk of the Nation, August 8, 2006
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