It seems that the easiest way to predict election results is to follow polls. But can we actually trust them? That remains one of the biggest questions when it comes to understanding how polls work.
We met with Andrew Gelman, Professor of Statistics and Political Science and Robert Shapiro, Professor of Government of Columbia University who addressed how polls help determine which candidates should be considered and taken seriously, and how polling during primaries and caucuses can actually be quite flawed.
Take a look.