Who's Losing The Presidential Race? The PollstersRichard S. Dunham
Looking through the lens of national public opinion polls, the 2000 Presidential election is as clear as mud. Not only do the leading pollsters disagree on who's ahead and by how much, but they also can't decide who has the momentum. The situation is so bad that seasoned politicos are disregarding the latest numbers. "We have seven different polls with wildly different results," says Democratic National Committee Chairman Joe Andrew. "I don't take any of them to heart."
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