Pollsters missed the call by failing to spot Trump's support among white voters
Pollsters are diving deep into their data to try to figure out why things went so wrong for them on Tuesday.
Answers may not begin to emerge for some time. But the results of the U.S. election in the closest swing states provide clues to what the polls might have missed — and how those misses led pollsters astray.
The error the polls made at the national level was both relatively small and enormously consequential. Hillary Clinton's margin over Trump averaged a little more than three points in the polls. As votes continue to be counted, Clinton could end up ahead in the popular vote by about one point.
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