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The University of Virginia Center for Politics rolled out a brand new polling tool in conjunction with Reuters IPSOS Polling.
The new website “Political Atlas” was unveiled on Tuesday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
UVA Center for Politics director Larry Sabato called the new tool the most comprehensive in the country. The system combines Sabato’s crystal ball, political science polls, 20 new IPSOS polls, and social media footprints.
The new site was inspired by the failure of numerous polls to correctly predict the 2016 election.
“Polling used to be more reliable than it is now at least in some key battle ground states,” Sabato said. “2016 proved that to us and everybody in the political field had become lax. We were relaying on polls and a lot of polls, tons of polls except polling averages can’t save you when you’re polling model is wrong.”
Sabato said the site is updated daily with new data. Click here to see the new site