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Congrats to Public Policy Polling

As anyone who watched Public Policy Polling guru Tom Jensen (pictured at left) on News 14 Carolina last night with Chris Fitzsimon and John Hood can attest, North Carolina is fortunate to have such a remarkably talented and informed person in our state.

Today, a national study from Fordham University confirmed what those of us who’ve been fortunate enough to work with Tom (like NC Policy Watch) already knew: he’s among the best in the country (if not the best) at what he does.

According to the study, Public Policy Polling is the most accurate national polster out of 28 ranked. Meanwhile, the famous Gallup poll came in 24th.

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