Enigmatic Trafalgar Group Pollster Robert Cahaly / RBDR

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November 12, 2020

Today on RBDR: Trafalgar Group’s Robert Cahaly has some “different” philosophies and polling beliefs, yet his presidential election polling record shows several surprising winning calls along with any pollster’s expected projection misses. A look at some of the most prominent differences.

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Trump’s electoral support underestimated? Accuracy of Google Consumer Survey. (RBDR 05.09.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Every early poll, except one, show Democratic Party frontrunner Hillary Clinton trouncing presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in this November’s presidential election in the United States. Are these polls underestimating Trump’s electoral support?

2) How accurate and reliable is a Google Consumer Survey? Kantar will conduct validity studies to prove GCS research is solid.

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Dealing with 5 Cognitive Survey Biases. “SilverPush” TV-to-mobile technology (RBDR 4.21.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Jayson Demers’ blog post on Forbes.com zeroes in on 5 entirely controllable (if properly identified) cognitive biases, and he makes it relatively easier to deal with them. 2) A small Indian technology company has introduced SilverPush, a technology that connects TVs to mobile devices so that viewing can be loaded there and reportable.