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.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Yale student and General Elections Nerd Dawie Scholtz.
Listen to the illuminating interview in the audio below.
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