Wittenberg University Political-Science Professor Rob Baker joins WYSO's Jerry Kenney to talk about shifting poll numbers for the presidential candidates, the continuing republican divide leading up to the election and the challenges facing libertarian and other 3rd party candidates.
In the interview, Baker says polling accuracy can be difficult but should not be discounted.
Below are some links to some of the latest polling data on the presidential election:
RealClear Politics offers polling numbers from the presidential election, including the battleground states.
With simple adjustments to their polling variables you can find the latest numbers on down-ballot races, including the race between Republican incumbent and Democratic candidate, former governor Ted Strickland.
Follow this link to Bloomberg's polling on non-voters this year.
The New York Times offers daily updates (as available) on a variety of polls from sources including; Quinnipiac University, Monnouth University, and NBC news.