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Podcast: Inside the Mind of the Shy Trump Voter, with Robert Cahaly

Plus, insurgent Trumpist candidates, and why the Taliban bounties story doesn't make sense

In this week’s episode, the hosts talk to Robert Cahaly, a pollster from the Trafalgar Group, and one of the few to call several 2016 states correctly, on why the “social desirability bias” that causes Trump voters to not tell pollsters their real views is even stronger this year. In the intro segment, insurgent Trumpers beat Trump-endorsed candidates, and why the Afghanistan bounties story doesn’t make sense. Plus, a tribute to the late, great Betsy Rothstein.

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Arthur Bloom is managing editor of The American Conservative. He was previously deputy editor of the Daily Caller and a columnist for the Catholic Herald. He holds masters degrees in urban planning and American studies from the University of Kansas. His work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Washington Times, The Spectator (UK), The Guardian, Quillette, The American Spectator, Modern Age, and Tiny Mix Tapes.

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