How the US polls got it so wrong

Many people who indicated they’ll vote for Clinton voted for Trump.

Dawie Scholtz

The pollsters were not able to account for the secret Trump votes.

Dawie Scholtz

A lot of people felt shame to openly admit they’ll be voting for Trump.

Dawie Scholtz

Just about every poll got it wrong.

Even the bookies was mistaken.

But how?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Yale student and General Elections Nerd Dawie Scholtz.

Listen to the illuminating interview in the audio below.

Click here (then“like” the page) to follow Bruce on Facebook.

Enter your email address in the form below to receive a newsletter containing the most-read articles of the week from Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show every Friday morning in your inbox.

Subscribe to our Business Wrap Newsletter

Article brought to us by Old Mutual.

Read More
6 techniques you can use to get funding to start (or grow) a business

6 techniques you can use to get funding to start (or grow) a business

Small business guru Pavlo Phitidis discusses the techniques, how they work and how to get them right.

Money market accounts (and Exchange Traded Funds) FAQs answered

Money market accounts (and Exchange Traded Funds) FAQs answered

Personal finance guru Warren Ingram explains what money market accounts are and the difference between various ETFs.

2016 - Good riddance to bad rubbish

2016 - Good riddance to bad rubbish

Bruce Whitfield interviews public speaking superstar Vusi Thembekwayo, who says “Dear 2016: we are glad you are over”.

Meet (outgoing) Old Mutual EM CEO Ralph Mupita (soon to be MTN’s CFO)

Meet (outgoing) Old Mutual EM CEO Ralph Mupita (soon to be MTN’s CFO)

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Mupita about his life and his exciting (and challenging!) new job at MTN.

Why the SA Institute of Race Relations accepted funding from Coca-Cola

Why the SA Institute of Race Relations accepted funding from Coca-Cola

The institute's Gwen Ngwenya explains why it took money from Coca-Cola to fund research on taxing beverages containing sugar.

'There is something about the US that is magical'

'There is something about the US that is magical'

Prof Nick Binedell of the Gordon Institute of Business Science discusses Donald Trump's spectacular election victory.