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The goal of this undertaking is to better understand the correlation between the methodological choices an election pollster makes and the results an election pollster produces.
This chart permits an analysis of variables such as:
- Significance, if any, of the length of field period.
- Significance, if any, of the proximity of poll release to election.
- Significance, if any, of the number of undecided voters.
- Significance, if any, of the number of respondents interviewed.
- Significance, if any, of the source of the sample.
- Significance, if any, of the type of interviewing technique.
- Significance, if any, of the method of respondent selection within the household.
- Whether one error-measure produces a different “most accurate” pollster than an0ther.
- Whether one error-measure favors certain types of pollsters over others.
The results from the Florida Republican Primary, shown here, are not intended to be illustrative of anything other than a high-profile contest in which a lot of pollsters released research during the 7 days immediately prior to the vote. Results from other primaries, to be released over the coming days, may show other pollster rankings.
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