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Top election forecaster: Here's the state to watch on election night

There's one state to watch on election night if you want to know if the polling is accurate: New Hampshire. That's what Sam Wang, the Princeton University professor who runs the university's election consortium, told Business Insider on Friday. Wang, a top election forecaster, explained why the Granite State is key to determining whether the polling leading up to an election is, in fact, accurate.
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