2020 Sep 24, 8:20am
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Cahaly has honed several techniques for capturing this "shy" Trump vote, including asking respondents not only how they themselves will vote, but also how they think their neighbors plan to vote. Cahaly's rationale is this gives these more guarded voters a more socially acceptable method for expressing their own feelings, by projecting them onto others.""
Clever polling group asks people how they think their neighbors will vote
Patrick saysClever polling group asks people how they think their neighbors will voteI'd tell them to take a hike
That’s a very Russian (Ex-pat) thing to think about being asked to report on your neighbors!
who face what he calls a "social-desirability bias," where conservative and independent Trump voters feel marginalized and fearful about expressing their support for the president due to social stigma in media and social media. Cahaly told RealClearPolitics this bias in 2020 is "worse than it was four years ago."
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