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In the final 2020 installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew looks back at the rough and wild year that it was. They consider the most surprising political stories of the year, fess up to what they think they got right (or wrong) and answer questions from listeners. They also assess whether many pollsters’ decision to sit out the Georgia Senate runoffs is a “good or bad use of polling.”
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