Did The Clinton Campaign Truely Prevent Polling At The Give Up?

Those pollsters were overruled by senior Clinton campaign leaders, according to two people in the Clinton campaign orbit.
Andrew Harnik/AP Did the Clinton campaign really stop polling at the end?
Some campaigns use automated calls to gather these responses, but the Clinton campaign’s analytics polling involved live interviewers — sometimes using the same call centers as the message polls.
The advantage of the analytics polling was scale, argues Navin Nayak, who served as director of opinion research for the Clinton campaign.
The Clinton campaign itself divided along these lines.

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