A Utica-based pollster says the close results of the presidential election illustrate the inaccuracies of polls which had predicted a larger margin of victory for Joe Biden. John Zogby told a virtual audience at Syracuse University’s Thursday Morning Roundtable that a heavy reliance on outmoded telephone polling led to poor sampling and low response rates.
One pollster in Utica says polling surveys must adapt in order to get more accurate results.
There are three weeks until primary day in New York, and the Democratic underdog for governor, Cynthia Nixon, is laying out her plans for the final stretch of campaigning, saying there is a potential path to victory.
Capital Correspondent Karen Dewitt reports on how Cynthia Nixon plans her path to victory in the final weeks of campaigning.