MEDIA BIAS: Despite Warnings, Pollsters Missed The Trump "Undercount"

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Trump supporters arrive at Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump rally at the Convention center in Phoenix, Arizona on October 29, 2016.
America's top cop FBI Director James Comey found himself center stage Saturday as his renewed probe of Hillary Clinton's emails set a bitter tone for the final ten-day stretch of the campaign. Both Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump piled pressure on Comey to put his cards on the table and end speculation about the investigation before America goes to the polls on November 8.
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It doesn’t help when most pollsters aren’t even pretending to practice real science.

Surprise: The Pollsters Were Right (Sort Of)

Opinion | Keith Naughton
A voter casts his ballot on November 8, 2016 at Sibley Community Center in Sibley, Missouri, United States. Americans across the nation are picking their choice for the next president of the United States. (Photo by Whitney Curtis/Getty Images)

The media is still in a fog on polling.

Pennsylvania GOP Loses Poll Watching Lawsuit

Elections | Kerry Picket
A voter is seen in polling station in Athens

‘to ensure the integrity of the vote’

Possibility Grows Of Epic Trump Electoral Victory

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Donald Trump: Carlo Allegri/Reuters

It’s likely that the race is already Donald Trump’s to lose.

Republican "Defeatism" About Trump Not Warranted By Current Polling

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump arrives to rally with supporters at the Million Air Orlando airplane hangar in Sanford, Florida, U.S. October 25, 2016. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Defeatism only plays into Hillary’s eagerly waiting hands.

Donald Trump: 45th President Of The United States

Opinion | Mary Claire Kendall
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Ignore the national polls signaling that the race is over.

The Numbers Out Of This Deep Red State Are Stunning

Elections | Eric Owens
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‘Things do not bode well’

Why The Polls Don't Agree (And Never Will)

| Keith Naughton
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton (Screen shot)

The fundamental problem for the pollsters is figuring out just who is going to come out to vote.

Trump's Polling "Surge" Is Turning into a "Wave"

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Donald Trump on Dr. Oz (Fox)

Two weeks ago, some pundits began talking about a Trump “surge.” Suddenly, that surge is looking like a full-fledged “wave.”

Election 2016: New Polls Point To A Dramatic Trump Surge

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Donald Trump speaks to voters during a campaign event February 15, 2016 in Greenville, South Carolina. (Getty Images)

Clinton’s victory has been treated as preordained by the mainstream media, but this narrative is looking more unrealistic every day.

What The Race Looks Like In Traditionally Republican Arizona

Elections | Eric Owens
Trump and Clinton Reuters/Rick Wilking, Reuters/Andrees Latif

‘The gender gap between the two candidates is nearly nonexistent’

Americans' Views On Welfare Have Changed In 20 Years, Here's How

Daily Caller News Foundation | Robert Donachie
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration against unemployment benefit cuts on July 11, 2012 in Oakland. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

81 percent believe …

New Hampshire Polls Are Bad News For Republicans Following RNC

Daily Caller News Foundation | Phillip Stucky
UNITED STATES - Dec 17: Leaders from several military and veterans service organizations joined Sen. Kelly Ayotte , R-NH., at a press conference to urge Senators to use alternative savings to replace a provision in the budget proposal that cuts retirement benefits for current and future military retirees. In a letter to their Senate colleagues on Friday, Graham, Ayotte, and Wicker called for a bipartisan solution to replace the $6.3 billion in cuts to military retiree benefits. (Photo: Douglas Graham via Getty Images)

Approval is low

Poll Reveals Americans Think This Candidate Will Best Keep The US Safe

Daily Caller News Foundation | Phillip Stucky
Real estate magnate Donald Trump waves as he leaves a Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce business expo at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua, New Hampshire, May 11, 2011. Trump suggested Wednesday it's not much fun flirting with the idea of running for president in the face of relentless attacks and ridicule. REUTERS/Don Himsel/Pool

41 percent of likely voters believe …

Poll: Americans Aren't Ready For Driverless Cars

Daily Caller News Foundation | Chris White
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk reveals a Tesla Energy battery for businesses and utility companies during an event in Hawthorne, California April 30, 2015. Tesla Motors Inc unveiled Tesla Energy - a suite of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities - a highly-anticipated plan to expand its business beyond electric vehicles. REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon

‘The poll shows that 43 percent of voters believe self-driving vehicles are unsafe, while about 32 percent of those polled said they are safe’

Could The 'Gender Gap' Carry Republicans To Victory In 2016?

Opinion | Stewart Lawrence
Republican U.S. presidential candidates pose before the start of the Republican presidential debate in Las Vegas

If the GOP’s enfant terrible can achieve this kind of breakthrough, imagine what his more mature rivals might achieve.

Poll: White People Starting To Feel The Burn Of Discrimination

Daily Caller News Foundation | Josh Fatzick

Surprising numbers

Poll: 1 In 5 Syrians Has A Favorable View Of ISIS

World | Kerry Picket
Turkish soldiers stand guard as Syrians wait behind the border fences near the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province

‘It should raise serious concerns for every country looking at the refugee crisis’

Poll: Swing State Voters Don't Trust Hillary By Wide Margins

Politics | Kerry Picket
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton waves to the crowd after delivering her "official launch speech" at a campaign kick off rally on Roosevelt Island in New York City

‘Troubling for her’