:ELECTION: The changing state of trust in opinion polls 
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Not a Series  ELECTION: The changing state of trust in opinion polls   
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Jon Allsop  News UP!  Contact producer for permission to broadcast. 
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Many Americans remain shocked that Hillary Clinton lost, having trusted the polls that showed her in the lead. But Donald Trump voters I spoke to on Staten Island and in rural Wisconsin were not surprised he won. Time and again, I was told that pollsters were agents of a conspiratorial liberal media and that Trump voters were scared to tell them the truth (when they were spoken to at all). I asked Reuters head of polling Maurice Tamman and stats expert Professor Andrew Gelman on how the polling industry can move forward in the face of this yawning credibility gap.  Maurice Tamman, Thomson Reuters; Andrew Gelman, Columbia University 
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News | Politics and Activism | National News | Presidential | Democrats | Republicans  
 
 
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