I cannot reconcile the seven-percent margin that Scott Walker enjoyed yesterday. The reason I am so confused is in the days before the election every--and I mean every--reputable poll said the election was too close to call. To me, that means the difference between Walker and Barrett was less than the margin of error--plus or minus 3 percent.
Now, plus or minus 3 percent has become nearly seven percent.
How could the pollsters be that wrong? These guys have been doing this for generations and they have gotten very good at what they do.
For that large margin, I am wondering if the GOP has found some new way to steal the election, like rigging the voting machines' software.