Updating election polls
And history bears out the accuracy of my methodology.
Over the last six election cycles, Election Projection has correctly named the winner in 96.4% of the 2,629 races called.
Polls indicate that the elections race is very close and it would be so till final results.
The election of 2017 is a rematch between those candidates, initially happened in 2013.
This election cycle, I’m currently tracking over 110 races, and that number is sure to climb as more House races are deemed competitive between now and Election Day.
Rather than a prediction of the outcome, the projections you find here serve to tell who would be expected to win As the election nears, my numbers become more predictive in nature.
Italy’s 18th general election since 1948 takes place on Sunday March 4, less than three months after President Sergio Matarella dissolved Parliament on December 28.
Today, Italians will head to the polls to cast their ballots for the 945 member Parliament, between 7am and 11pm local time (6am and 10pm GMT).
Second, there are serious questions about the weighting of the data and other applications.I subsequently got a call from John Wright of Ipsos Reid, one of the country's largest and most experienced polling firms.Wright is irate at the state of polling in this country: He says a number of firms are using highly questionable polling techniques that lead to misleading results.In addition, unlike many prognosticators, I refuse to cop out on any race. Since public opinion polls are an integral part of the projections, EP also publishes a vast assortment of polls.Updated multiple times each day except Sunday, Election Projection’s latest polls are a valuable resource as well for those seeking every last bit of info on the important races of the cycle.