MTP Podcast: Is Polling Dead? Inside the Data with Dante Chinni

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Republican National Committee had one thing in common toward the end of this election season: They both predicted that the former Secretary of State would win between 300 and 350 Electoral College votes on Election Day.

But according to data journalist and Wall Street Journal columnist, Dante Chinni, low African American turnout, outdated polling models, pro-Trump union households in the Rust Belt, and – in some states – a new Trump coalition, led to the Tuesday night election shocker. CONT.

Chuck Todd, Dante Chinni & Justin Peligri, NBC News