Are There Really Hidden Trump Voters?

By: Peter K. Enns and Jonathon P. Schuldt,  New York Times
November 7, 2016

Peter Enns, associate professor of government, and Jonathon Schuldt, assistant professor of communication, "found previously undiscovered Trump voters" in research conducted with their undergraduate public opinion course, as they write in this New York Times op-ed.

"Hillary Clinton is favored to become the next president of the United States. Yet many in Donald J. Trump’s camp remain undaunted, arguing that hidden supporters will carry him to the White House. As the polls have narrowed in the last few days, the question of whether pollsters could be missing Trump voters has become paramount. Do these unseen supporters exist?

"Working with the students in our undergraduate public opinion course at Cornell, we recently commissioned a nationally representative survey of 1,461 adults (carried out by the market research company GfK from Oct. 5 to 25)."

Read the full op-ed in The New York Times.

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