The presidential race is tightening, according to the polls that journalists swear by.
But much of the coverage still portrays Donald Trump as a long shot and Hillary Clinton as a virtual shoo-in.
What’s up with that?
A giant caveat: those of us in the news business are way too addicted to polls. We treat every 2-point, margin-of-error swing in a swing state as a tremor, if not an earthquake. It’s early September, we haven’t had the debates yet, and too many of us are impersonating Karnak the Magnificent.
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