“By the final weeks of this year’s campaign, the polls seemed to be telling a clear story”
“…very similar to the polling misfire of four years ago”
“We were operating in a reality that wasn’t reality…”
“If 2016 didn’t prove it, 2020 certainly did: the polling industry is in crisis.”
Clearly, there’s a problem.
Are we done with it? Don’t bet on it
Her opponent raised more than $60 million.
“They should be prosecuted. That is lawlessness.”
Probably not, but it may be getting closer
“We’re going to have everything.”
The good ole’ days
Bring out yer dead, er… yutes
“He’s p*ssed because he knows he messed up in those briefings.”
Too close to call, though
Politics is hard
He’s even leading Biden
“If Mike Pompeo doesn’t run, we don’t have a prayer.”
“The left is clearly losing the messaging battle over impeachment …”
“Abuse of power is not necessarily a concept that most Americans run around thinking about.”
In the early primary states.
How that happened is anybody’s guess
Monmouth: Dead three-way heat?
“For the first time since 1981, the RNC will be allowed to cheat and lie and go into polling places and scare voters, particularly voters of color.”
No longer Miss Popularity
It could be worse. No… on second thought, it probably couldn’t
Three words: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.
I bet you can guess what it is
The Biden-Bernie level and the Everyone-Else level.
Dancing with the political stars
Not quite so popular
The amazing shrinking candidate
A boomlet still isn’t a boom
Maybe less of a dark horse than we thought
“we will explore lawful pathways for them to remain in the United States”