Should We Trust The Polls In 2020?
Newsy spoke with three of the nation's top polling organizations about how voters should view surveys just days before the presidential election.
Polling misfires of four years prior loom large over the final days of the 2020 presidential race. So how should we be thinking about the numbers ahead of Nov. 3? Well, it's not just about the data, but also how the media portrays it.
That's part of the reason why a plurality of Americans, 46%, say they don't have confidence the polls will accurately project the winner of the election. We spoke to three experts about how to view the polls down the final stretch of the campaign.
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