Clinton: ‘I Don’t Really Pay Attention to Polls’

‘I don’t really pay attention to polls because there’s just no guarantee’

UNKNOWN REPORTER: “Do you have concern about where you are three weeks out from the caucuses?”
CLINTON: “ I really don’t because  I always expected it would close. I never — you know, I don’t really pay attention to polls because, you know, there’s just no guarantee. We know that the circumstances of polling, the kinds of polling that is done, the difficulty that people have had in polling races, most pollsters have had problems in the last couple of go arounds, and so I’m focused on what we’re doing on the ground. I just feel good about where we are. But it’s unpredictable and we’ll have to wait and see how it turns out when the folks are actually in the room.”

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