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Polling isn’t dead just yet

And our experts weren't confounded by "shy Tories" last year

By Alex Dean  

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine arrive to cast their votes in the General Election at Sutton village hall in Doncaster on 7th May 2015. Polls in the run-up to the election dramatically over-estimated the number of seats Labour would go on to win. ©Chris Radburn/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine arrive to cast their votes in the General Election at Sutton village hall in Doncaster on 7th May 2015. Polls in the run-up to the election dramatically over-estimated the number of seats Labour would go on to win. ©Chris Radburn/PA Archive/Press Association Images Former Labour Party leader Ed Miliband and his wife Justine arrive to cast their votes in the General Election at Sutton village hall in Doncaster on 7th May 2015. Polls in the run-up to the election dramatically over-estimated the…

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