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Pollsters are starting to panic. There’s headline after headline after headline ahead of the midterms on whether this election cycle’s polling is accurate or not. How does polling actually work? Is it really representative of how voters are feeling and what the outcome will be on Election Day? And when it comes to Democrats, why is polling so wrong? Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report, explains why polls are complicated, lessons to learn from past elections, and what we could expect this November.
Hosts: Jonquilyn Hill (@jonquilynhill)
Sofi LaLonde, producer and engineer
Libby Nelson, editorial adviser
A.M. Hall, deputy editorial director of talk podcasts
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