Polling is integral to politics; as pundits, we can sometimes fixate on them.
We do that at our risk, though.
I’m not picking on pollsters because their findings represent only a snapshot in time. Things can and do change. If that were not true, we would have had President Hillary Clinton and Gov. Andrew Gillum — or maybe Gov. Gwen Graham.
However, I almost spit my Grape-Nuts the other day when news of an internal poll in the race for Florida’s 14th Congressional District. It showed a hypothetical matchup where Republican Jerry Torres led eight-time incumbent Democrat Kathy Castor 66% to
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