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The math to win the White House isn’t found in polls Add to ...

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Nik Nanos is The Globe and Mail’s pollster and chairman of Nanos Research.

Depending on one’s political stripe it is either the torment of a Trump presidency or the bane of another Clinton president. A look at the polling in the United States suggests these politically turbulent times will lead to a fluctuation in the preferences and views of Americans. But the reality is that the U.S. electoral college should be more of a focus than the surveys which measure the popularity of presidential hopefuls.

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