With the Nov. 2 election in our rear-view mirror, the 2022 midterm election on the road ahead and holiday shopping fiercely underway, consumers and political observers are focused squarely on inflation, elections and Michigan's landmark redistricting process. Our podcasters take on these bumpy issues. A taste of their projections: Inflation's been worse. Republicans may wish to cheer. Redistricting is difficult.
Listen in to hear the real story with IPPSR Director Dr. Matt Grossmann, MSU Economist Dr. Jon Eguia, MSU Economist and MSU Economist Dr. Charles Ballard with host Arnold Weinfeld, IPPSR associate director.
We want to always say that this production is featured on WKAR Radio along with radio stations on the air and over the internet, on SoundCloud and ITunes. On the MSU campus, IPPSR specializes in policy education, leadership training and survey research in MSU's College of Social Science. You'll also find this edition of the State of the State Podcast on MSU Today with Russ White. IPPSR is the home of the Michigan Political Leadership Program, the Office for Survey Research, State of the State Survey, Legislative Leadership Program, Rosenthal Legislative Internship Program, more than 60 affiliate faculty members, student policy fellows and major research databases on topics of interest to academic researchers, legislators, policy makers, elected leaders and journalists around the world. IPPSR thanks MSU's University Communications, Producer Russ White of MSU Advancement Marketing and Communications, and all those who support the efforts necessary to make this production possible. We say a fond good-bye to MSU Public Relations Director Jen Davis as she continues her career. We thank her for her great help in getting the State of the State Podcast on the air and wish her well.