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Here's what pollsters think happened with 2020 election surveys

For the past six months, pollsters have investigated why surveys conducted ahead of the 2020 presidential election systematically underestimated support for Donald Trump. National polls in that election, despite generally pointing to the winner, saw the highest level of error since 1980, according to preliminary research presented Wednesday at a polling industry conference. At the state level, presidential polls understated Trump's support by about 3.3 percentage points on average, while overstating Joe Biden's support by about 1 point.

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Kevin McCarthy's epic flip-flop on Liz Cheney

Republicans ousted Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney for being critical of former President Trump's role in the Capitol riot -- but weren't many of them doing the same thing back in January? In this latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza explains why many Republicans, including House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, have flip-flopped and left Cheney on an island.

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Analysis: Cheney's Mission Impossible to save the GOP from itself

Moments after being demoted by her Republican colleagues, Rep. Liz Cheney vowed to drag her party out of Donald Trump's clutches. Judging by the truth-mocking antics Wednesday of the caucus that turned against her, she has a long, lonely slog ahead.

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Republicans tried to hide bad news about Trump's popularity

When House Republicans gathered in April to discuss their campaign prospects, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was disturbed by a presentation of internal polling data shared by the National Republican Congressional Committee: The briefers left out the fact that Donald Trump, the man who was consolidating control of the party, was not popular among voters in the key swing districts where the battle for control of Congress is won or lost.

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Cheney booed in speech prior to vote

Rep. Liz Cheney lost her post in the House Republican leadership on Wednesday after publicly rejecting for months former President Donald Trump's lie that he won the 2020 presidential election.

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