Mr. DiCamillo is Senior Vice President of Field Research Corporation and Director of the non-partisan Field Poll, considered by many to be Californias leading public poll. Founded in 1945 by Mervin Field, Field Research Corporation is a large and highly respected survey research agency that executes all phases of survey research from initial conceptualization and design through data collection, analysis and reporting. Mr. DiCamillo has served as Director of the Field Poll since 1995, and prior to that was its Associate Director. In this capacity he directs four to eight statewide surveys per year and has published over 1,000 separate poll reports. The reports track California voter opinion formation and preferences in all major statewide candidate and ballot proposition election contests, the job performance of state and federal elected officials, and Californians reactions to major social, political and economic developments. He is a recognized authority on opinion trends in California and is a frequent speaker on voter opinions and behavior. He frequently appears on local, national, and international news broadcasts as a commentator on California public opinion. In his more than thirty-year career at Field Research, Mr. DiCamillo has directed hundreds of market and opinion research studies for corporate, foundation, media, government and institutional clients. He has particular professional expertise in the areas of questionnaire development, the design and implementation of complex samples, and the management of large-scale quantitative research projects. Mr. DiCamillo has held prominent posts in leading professional research associations in California, and has served as President of the Pacific Chapter of the American Association for Public Opinion Research and President of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Marketing Association. Mr. DiCamillo is a cum laude graduate of Harvard University and received a Masters in Business Administration from Cornell Universitys Johnson School of Business.
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