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Do Political Polls Inform or Mislead? Poll a Pollster

Arizona Week sits down with top strategists to talk about the historic campaign season.

Campaign season means political polling, and polls can be as pervasive as they are overwhelming. With such ubiquity, it voters may find it hard to distinguish between those that mislead and those that inform.

Arizona Week takes a closer look at how polls work and what they mean. Lorraine Rivera sat down with top political strategists in Arizona to talk about nominees and what’s in store for the next two months in what is shaping up to be a historic election season.

On the program:

  • Sean Noble - Axiom Public Affairs
  • Matthew Benson - Veridus
  • John Barraza - Veridus
  • Michael Noble - OH Predictive Insights
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