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The Polls Got The Midterms (Mostly) Right by @MJosephSheppard

01 December 2014 @ 20:05

TCOTS contributor M. Joseph Sheppard has a new article up over at the American Thinker.

A highlight:

The polling companies have had a dreadful post-midterms press, rightly so if viewed by the, on the whole and in many cases admitted, dreadful results.

But perhaps the mass excoriation is unwarranted if their prognostications as a group are viewed not by how bad they were in detailing how much a particular candidate would win by (at which they were, frankly, terrible, as I will show), but simply by what, in the end, really matters: who won.

Please do take the time to click here and read the rest of it.

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