Why 2020 Is not 2016

You can’t even cite a poll without having someone pipe up that Hillary Clinton was ahead in the polls in 2016 too, and she lost. That’s like saying that since lightning struck a certain tree, every time it rains, it will strike that same tree.

There was a lot involved in the 2016 election that made everything come out differently than most of the polling indicated it would, including voter suppression laws working the way…



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Kelly Scaletta

I write for several outlets as an NBA analyst, including Bleacher Report, FanRag, Dime, BBallBreadown and RealBallInsiders. My political views are my own.