Posted by | September 5, 2012 12:52 | Filed under: Top Stories

It has to do with the post-convention bounce.

On average, between 1968 and 2008, the challenging candidate led by 10 percentage points in polls conducted just after his convention. By comparison, the challenging candidate eventually lost the popular vote by an average of three points in these years. That means the post-convention polls overrated the challenger by an average of 13 points.

By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.