What the Pundits Keep Missing About 2016

By: Bruce Gyory
– Newsday

The initial mistake by pundits early in the 2016 presidential race was to prematurely predict that campaigns by political outsiders—non-establishment candidates—would evaporate at a first gaffe or controversy.

Now, the same so-called experts ignore that a polling ceiling hangs over the same candidates that threatens any growth in their base of support.

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