But one man did not: historian Allan Lichtman.

That is one of the most significant lessons of the 2016 presidential election… Nearly all polls reported a slight lead for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. How Did The Media And Pollsters Get The Election So Wrong? How did so many get it so wrong? AAP But as of Saturday afternoon, the Australian Electoral Commission had the Coalition at almost 51 per cent, to Labor's 49. The media need to adopt an openness to new forms of data and analysis as well. How did the polls, and the press, get this election so wrong? Media Culpa? On social media, Trump supporters have been mercilessly haranguing the press for getting it wrong. After the election, the BBC was quickly able to find a non-college … The ARF & GreenBook are sponsoring “Predicting Election 2016” - Tuesday Nov. 29. media , metrics , politics Election 2016: The uncomfortable truth is the media got it wrong.
The Real Story Of 2016 What reporters — and lots of data geeks, too — missed about the election, and what they’re still getting wrong. Bill and Chloe Shorten face the media, the day after the election defeat. Why 2016 election polls missed their mark By Andrew Mercer , Claudia Deane and Kyley McGeeney Supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton watch televised coverage of the U.S. presidential election at Comet Tavern in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle on Nov. 8. Why the media got it so wrong on Trump and Brexit November 10, 2016 11.50am EST . The media may quibble with some of your criticism. Pollsters across the ideological spectrum predicted Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 presidential election. The day before the 2016 US Presidential Election, most pollsters and statistical models had pegged Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning at greater than 90%. They got it wrong. Save this story for later. Posted By: VisualCapitalist Nov 9, 2016, 3:08 pm.
By John Cassid y. November 12, 2016. The Real Reason the Media Got This Election All Wrong Why did the media misread this election so badly? This is wrong. The Real Story Of 2016 ... And if almost everyone got the first draft of history wrong in 2016, perhaps there’s still time to get the second draft right. The story of 2016 is not one of poll failure. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't listen - and reflect. What the media has consistently gotten wrong about the 2016 election is the reason why Hillary Clinton lost. The results suggest pollsters may have wildly underestimated the number of hidden Trump voters — people who stampeded to the ballot box on Election … The Press and the Election Result . Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at his election night rally in Manhattan, New York, U.S., November 9, 2016. Polling is an enormous, lucrative and influential industry, but the US election outcome shows how unreliable polls can be at predicting our political futures.