Why Political Polling May Be Worse Than Ever This Year (video)

Here's Why Political Polling May Be Worse Than Ever:

Pollsters have had a rough few years. Their predictions were far off the mark in the 2014 U.S. congressional elections. They got the Scottish independence referendum wrong and they missed outcomes in a number of other elections and referendums, including Brexit, across the globe. Polling has never been an exact science, but it's gotten worse says Bloomberg.com. Bloomberg QuickTake looks at why in the above video published Oct 6, 2016.

Watch LIVE or replay the final 2016 presidential debate Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 9:00 - 10:30 pm EDT, between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump free online. And remember, the only poll that counts is November 8th.

Where the presidential race stands today: The USC Dornsife / Los Angeles Times poll | LATimes.com: Hillary Clinton 43.3% ; Donald Trump 44.9% as of Oct. 18, 2016
White House Watch | RasmussenReports.com Oct 18, 2016: "Eighty-five percent (85%) of voters say they are now sure how they are going to vote, and among these voters, Clinton and Trump are dead even at 47% apiece. Johnson gets five percent (5%) support, Stein two percent (2%). Among voters who still could change their minds, it’s Clinton 37%, Trump 30%, Johnson 26% and Stein seven percent (7%)." See also: How Reuters.com "Tweaked" Its Latest Poll (Again) To Show A Clinton Lead | ZeroHedge.com

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