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November 10, 2020

Today on RBDR: John Zogby Strategies’ John Zogby discusses what pollsters like himself did and, perhaps, should have done differently in their work leading up to the 2020 Presidential Election.

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  1. I think the conducting of political polls is something which should stop. One big reason is that many elections are within the margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points. Second, with many respondents on cell phone or laptops it is difficult to know who is answering and it makes it nearly impossible to have projectable samples. Polls can be used to suppress voting, create a bandwagon effect, and many polls in individual states do not have enough interviews to be accurate on demographics like blacks, Hispanics, and varying age groups. The weighting on polls can also be inaccurate. I retired from the polling industry because I didn’t believe polling could any longer be accurate.

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