Courtney Kennedy

Pew Research Center

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Director of Survey Research for the Pew Research Center

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Donald Trump has surprised pundits and pollsters alike with his unexpected success in this raucous election year.  But are there more surprises in store?

Are Trump's Polls Improving?

Donald Trump has surprised pundits and pollsters alike with his unexpected success in this raucous election year.  But are there more surprises in store?

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