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Unreliability of Polls Acknowledged

The unreliability of polls is acknowledged by more people with each passing day.  A case in point is a Chicago Tribune article by Art and Art History Professor, Eddie Chambers.   58 more words

Survey Research

Analysis: Keeping PQ coalition together a struggle without unifying sovereignty plank

Since taking over the Parti Québécois leadership, Jean-François Lisée has delighted in headlines that said he’s running a hyperactive opposition.

But in the wake of a new poll showing PQ support in a freefall only six weeks after he took over, Lisée is going to need to crank up the voltage to carry the day. 664 more words


Four Business Lessons We Can Learn From Trump's Election Victory

You might as well read this column, because you’re not getting any work done today anyway.

Your head hurts. Your friends warned you against drinking that seventh tequila shot last night, either as you danced shirtless at the Trump victory party, or as you sat stupefied in front of your TV set, trying to make sense of what just happened.  937 more words

Lessons from the Election?

November 11, 2016

No, I am not going to rail (or boast) about the election results. What I think we should look at carefully is the evident widespread failure of polling and of the predictions based on the political polls. 375 more words

Comments On The News


The pundits punting for answers,

Others predict social cancers…

Polls take up space

All over the place,

Watch for last minute romancers!


Arun Jaitley makes fun of Congress on their loss in election polls of Assam and Kerala

There is a tide of change flowing in Indian politics ever since BJP rose to power in general elections of 2014. Voters of India have since then voted BJP and regional parties over Congress. 247 more words

Election Poll Results

Presidential debates provide entertainment, but do they change minds?

For the past three weeks, millions of Americans have tuned in to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face-off, one-on-one, in the 2016 Presidential Debates. This year’s election has been unlike any in history, and the debates proved just that. 472 more words

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