Polling 'Failures' Predicted for 2016 US Election

January 27, 2016

As the U.S. presidential election cycle goes into high gear, and polls become a constant staple of media coverage, experts say it has become harder to gauge who will win the race. They point to past pre-election surveys that did not accurately predict the outcome….

“There are probably going to be more errors,” said Rutgers University political science professor Cliff Zukin.

Voice of America News, January 27

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