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The Difficult Art of the Miraculous Comeback

From the Tuesday Morning Jolt… The Difficult Art of the Miraculous Comeback You’re going to hear a lot in the next few weeks about how the polls can be wrong, how the candidate who’s trailing in October can surge ahead on Election Day, and so on. The example most likely to be cited by the supporters of Donald Trump is the presidential race in 1980: There have been only 2 instances in the past 14 elections, from 1952 to 2004, when the presidential candidate ahead in Gallup polling a week or so before the election did not win the national popular vote: in 2000 (George W.
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