Reading the Presidential Polls

Just posted, a special podcast with Costas Panagopoulos,who offers advice on reading the presidential polls. Professor Panagopoulos is director of Fordham University's Center for Electoral Politics and Democracy.

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Stanley Kopacz
6 years 2 months ago
I wish they could factor in voter suppression and ballot theft in the states controlled by republicans.  My guess is that with a close election,   Romney can win even with a lesser vote.

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