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David Axelrod
In all my years as journalist & strategist, I've never seen as stark a failure of polling as in UK. Huge project ahead to unravel that.
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Demetri Papazoglakis 8 May 15
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It happened here in 2012
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Ryan 8 May 15
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skewed, obvi...
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Prince Nare 8 May 15
needs to go do some work training folks there.
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Figment 8 May 15
. No it didn't, it just looked that way to GOPers who refused to believe polls showing Romney would lose.
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Ken Buddha 8 May 15
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or, Socialism only benefits plutocrats?
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Rick Moore 8 May 15
Amazing how they always err by understating conservative results. Almost like they want to suppress the vote.
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jOMG 8 May 15
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but you did great, David! Seriously! Woo-oh!
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I'm Sorry Aunt Lydia 8 May 15
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Send Karl Rove over there. He'll sort 'em out!
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Howard Brilliant 8 May 15
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Israel was pretty bad this year too.
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Alan Fisher 8 May 15
Replying to @davidaxelrod
It was spot on with SNP and Lib Dems - got Tories and Labour badly wrong
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Peter Kadzis 8 May 15
. Two words: Mitt Romney.
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Demetri Papazoglakis 8 May 15
Gallup had Romney ahead
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CTIronman 8 May 15
happened just like this to Labour in 1992
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Jeremy Stangroom 8 May 15
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Except for last time, of course:
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Luke Skipper 8 May 15
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get yer excuses in early.
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Jacqs 🌈🇪🇺 8 May 15
I think last time polls in were very very off too.
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Calum Davey 8 May 15
simple: try 'more than two parties + FPTP' as the explanation, ie nonlinear influence of error.
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Nico Hines 8 May 15
Replying to @davidaxelrod
Here you go, Axe. YouGov have just fessed up
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Christopher Rogers 8 May 15
Not really a huge task, in future all "undecided" & "don't knows" are Tory voters period - these are the facts.
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