Tender is the Night

Friday, October 29, 2004

On Tuesday, the networks will rely on a new apparatus for determining poll results. It's called the National Election Pool, and it has risen from the ashes of the Voter News Service, which led the networks to call Florida for Gore in 2000. The NEP will be doing exit polling, while the Associated Press will be responsible for the actual vote count. But both sets of numbers were flawed four years ago. Bob talks with Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jonathan Storm about the possibility of another long night.

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