After dramatically underestimating support for Donald Trump and other GOP candidates in the last two presidential elections, pollsters this year are attempting to improve the accuracy of their surveys in a number of ways. The effectiveness of the measures is a concern for strategists and pollsters in both parties. Tom Bonier’s initial response is skepticism when he learns that polls in Ohio’s Senate race show a tie. After instance, the 8-point setback that President Biden suffered in Ohio two years ago was far larger than the polls had predicted. Mr. Bonier, a seasoned Democratic strategist and data guru, believes that…
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