By Matthew Boxer
After This Election, Americans Have Lost Faith in Polling. Should Jews?
One casualty of the election: people’s faith in surveys. We relied on polls to help us understand the election and they seemingly failed us. Although pre-election polls came within 1-2% of predicting the national popular vote, state polls that were the basis for Electoral College predictions were far less accurate. Whether and how to use…
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