Polls in Ohio show a very tight race for candidates in both parties seeking the presidential nomination.
But the results of last week’s Democratic primary in Michigan have some people questioning just how valid polling is.
But it was Sanders who earned a narrow victory in the state.
Now, as polls show a very close race in both the Democratic and Republican primaries in the perennial swing state of Ohio, some critics question whether those survey numbers will hold true.
But pollster Peter Brown, who is overseeing the surveys in Ohio for Quinnipiac University tells WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter the data depends on timing and wording.