How America Decided, At Last Moment...
Status: Available Now!
Type: News
Date: Thursday 17 November 2016, 12:00 AM
Media: Washington Post

About the person Donald Trump:
Art: Corporation, Television, Politics
Genres: Entrepreneur, Construction, Founder, Executive, Management, Real Estate, Urban Development, Presidency, Republican Party, Celebrity TV, Reality Show, Reality TV, Documentary TV, Talk Show, TV News, TV Personality, TV Programming, U.S. Presidency, Conservatism, Federalism, Fiscal Conservatism, Right-wing Populism, Social Conservatism
Notable Organizations: Washington Post
The polls were wrong, and now Donald Trump is the president-elect of the United States. Everyone knows this. Except that's not the whole picture. Some of the polls were wrong to a degree, yes, but there was also something at work in the final days of the election: People who decided late broke strongly for Donald Trump in the states that mattered, according to exit polls. And without this apparent late surge, Hillary Clinton would be our president-elect not Trump. In fact, if you look at the four closest states where Clinton lost or, in the case of Michigan, where she's expected to lose exit polls show late-deciding voters in each of them went strongly for Trump in the final days. In Florida and Pennsylvania, late-deciders favored Trump by 17 points. In Michigan, they went for Trump by 11 points. In Wisconsin, they broke for Trump by a whopping 29 points, 59-30.
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