NYT: After a Tough 2016, Many Pollsters Haven’t Changed Anything

One year following Donald Trump’s upset over Hilary Clinton, the polling industry looks to make significant changes to better represent voters. GSG’s Nick Gourevitch, top pollster for the pro-Clinton Super PAC Priorities USA, talks to Nate Cohn at The Upshot on the latest polling adjustments surrounding the 2017 election cycle.

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“Virginia is an important test case for pollsters to try new methods, given some of the issues with 2016 state-level polling,” said Nick Gourevitch, a Democratic pollster at Global Strategy Group, a firm working with the Democratic Governors’ Association to use the Virginia election to calibrate postelection changes and experiment with new approaches.

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