What the Virginia and New Jersey elections tell us about public polling and Donald Trump

Tonight, public polling enjoyed a bit of a renaissance. After a year of being dragged through the mud because of (perceived) broad inaccuracy in predicting the last presidential election, public polling had a good night. Democrats Ralph Northam (Va.) and Phil Murphy (N.J.) both won their states’ governor’s mansions by margins that reflected what the … Continue reading What the Virginia and New Jersey elections tell us about public polling and Donald Trump