Zheng Gao of Shanghi, China, photographs the front pages of newspapers on display outside the Newseum in Washington the day after Donald Trump won the presidency. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

by Paul Bedard 

Originally Published: September 22, 2017

Most of the top political polls that got the 2016 presidential race dead wrong are continuing to use a flawed methodology in rating President Trump’s approval ratings that favors Democrats, women and younger voters, according to a new analysis.

The report shows that the mainstream polls oversample an average of 29 percent more Democrats than Republicans and the results skew anti-Trump. The result is that it robs Trump of about 8 points in his approval ratings, from 46 percent to 38 percent, it said.

 

 

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