How Accurate are Election Polls?
In the run up to any election, a lot is made of the numerous polls conducted to gauge the current leanings of the electorate. The results of these surveys are poured over by analysts and candidates alike but the real indicative value can sometimes, with the benefit of hindsight, be limited.
Final polls of US Presidential elections from 1976 to 2012
- How People Perceive Trump
- Republicans Admit Their Tax Plan Is All About Rich Donors
The Best of Times for a Few in America
- What the Military Thinks of Trump
- Politicians Less Popular Than Trump
- The Most and Least Popular United States Senators
- America's Most Polarizing Brands
- Most Americans Believe JFK Conspiracy Theories
- America's Active Hate Groups
- Despite Trump, Climate Action Goes On
- Cities & States Challenging Trump on Climate
- Americans Split on the 'Russia Story'
- Americans Think Trump Tweets Too Much
- Populism's Call
- Political Tension by the Watercooler
- Why Was Comey Fired?
- An FBI Director's Job Security is Low
- American News Credibility Poll
- Military Spending on the Rise Again
- Trump and Trade
- The Appeal of Trump's America First
- The Russian Honeypot
- Will Trump Get a Handle on Things?
Politics: "How Accurate are Election Polls?"