/ Modified nov 5, 2018 8:55 a.m.

How Pollsters Survey Arizona Voters

Plus, lessons learned after the 2016 election.

As with any election, candidates, the media and the public have relied on polls to know which races are close. The midterm elections are no exception, and pollsters know they face added scrutiny after many predicted a loss for then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. We learned how the industry has adapted since, from Mike Noble of OH Predictive Insights and George Khalaf of Data Orbital. Both polling firms are based in Phoenix.

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