Titus Bond: The Kansas City pollster who called the Trump upset

Titus Bond: The Kansas City pollster who called the Trump upset

News | November 11, 2016

“In the days leading up to the election, the political establishment largely ignored, and, in some cases, ridiculed the polling being published by Remington Research Group.”

“I was definitely laughed out of a couple of rooms,” says Titus Bond, director of polling for the Kansas City-based operation. “People had me feeling like a crazy person — like I was a nut on some pro-Trump Reddit page.”

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Pollsters who predicted Trump win benefit from industry's miss

Pollsters who predicted Trump win benefit from industry’s miss

News | November 10, 2016

“NEW YORK (Reuters) – A handful of small public opinion polling companies that bucked consensus and accurately called the U.S. presidential election for Republican Donald Trump are reporting being flooded with calls from investors and clients seeking their services.

Most pollsters wrongly forecast Democrat Hillary Clinton as leading Trump ahead of Tuesday’s election in the latest fiasco to hit the $20 billion public opinion research industry, only months after it failed to predict the British vote to leave the European Union in a June referendum.”

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Pollster who got it right: "Republicans turned out like they usually do and Democrats did not"

Pollster who got it right: “Republicans turned out like they usually do and Democrats did not”

News | November 9, 2016

CLEVELAND – It was immediately clear following Donald Trump’s surprise victory Tuesday night that many of the polls predicting a Clinton win — were wrong.

But one Republican pollster is claiming victory. Titus Bond with the St. Louis, MO-based Remington Research Group predicted Trump would win several key battleground states, even as other polls had him trailing Clinton.

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Trump talks Remington Research Group

Trump talks Remington Research Group

News | October 27, 2016