Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell and Rolling Stone Contributing Editor Eric Bates join Alex Wagner's panel to talk about Gallup’s reasoning for why their polls showed Mitt Romney winning before the 2012 election.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Gallup, one of the world's most prominent polling groups, said on Tuesday it would adjust some of its survey methods after drawing criticism for inaccurately forecasting that Republican Mitt Romney would win the 2012 presidential election. Full story
Gallup's Frank Newport joins Morning Joe to discuss an extensive review the polling organization is conducting of its 2012 polling. Over a four week period before the 2012 election, Gallup's daily tracking poll showed Romney leading by margins ranging from one to seven percentage points.
A panel of women comprising gynecologist Evelyn Minaya, former newscaster Carole Sullivan, author Denene Millner, and chef and author Daisy Martinez break down relationship issues from why men and women cheat to what it takes to understand women.