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A historically accurate pollster puts the presidential race within the margin of error

24 October 2020

7:03 AM

24 October 2020

7:03 AM

Election polling has been largely consistent since the pandemic hit the US: Joe Biden is the heavy favorite. But one historically accurate pollster is sticking to his own data, which shows a closer race than expected.

Raghavan Mayur is the president and founder of TechnoMetrica, which runs the IBD/TIPP poll. His polling predicted the winner of the past four presidential elections.

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