Professor of Political Science and Director, SPIA Survey Research Center, University of Georgia
M.V. (Trey) Hood III is a Southern politics and election sciences expert, with specialties in election results, Electoral College, election security, forecasting, in-person voting, mail-in voting, and voter behavior.
A professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Georgia, he has been conducting research in American politics and policy at UGA since 1999. His research primarily focuses on Southern Politics and Election Sciences. He is currently serving as the director of SPIA’s Survey Research Center.
- “Georgia’s Senate races could have big impacts on any possible shift of power in Washington” on WSB-TV Atlanta
- “Arkansas’ uncounted ballots high in ’16” in Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
- “Georgia at a tipping point” in The New York Times
- “Changing population turns Georgia into Trump-Biden battleground” on Al-Jazeera
- “About the AJC’s September poll” in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- “Election lawsuits still playing out as Georgia voters start casting ballots” in the Georgia Recorder
- “The fight over U.S. voting rights is nothing new — it’s just got a pandemic twist this time” on the CBC
I can help with...
- Election Results
- Election Security
- Electoral College
- In-person Voting
- Mail-in Voting
- Voter Behavior