Kirby Goidel's Portrait

Kirby Goidel

Professor of Communication

College of Liberal Arts

Biography

Goidel is an expert on public policy and co-editor of Social Science Quarterly. He is available to discuss polling, public opinion, campaign messaging and strategy, voter turnout, campaign financing, the Electoral College and more. He is also available to discuss Senate and House races.

Kirby Goidel is professor in the Department of Communication and director of the Public Policy Research Institute at Texas A&M University. Previously, he was the Scripps Howard Professor of Mass Communication in the Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University where he also served as director of the Public Policy Research Lab. Goidel is the author of Misreading the Bill of Rights: Top Ten Myths Concerning Your Rights & Liberties, America’s Failing Experiment: How We The People Have Become the Problem and edited and contributed to Political Polling in a Digital Age: The Challenge of Measuring and Understanding Public Opinion.

Goidel is an expert on public policy and co-editor of Social Science Quarterly. He is available to discuss polling, public opinion, campaign messaging and strategy, voter turnout, campaign financing, the Electoral College and more. He is also available to discuss Senate and House races.