The lessons learned from the failure of public-opinion pollsters to predict the outcome of the 1993 parliamentary elections are valuable tools in analyzing the upcoming race by ROBERT J. BRYM MANY OBSERVERS WERE shocked by the results of the 12 December 1993 elections to the Russian State Duma and by the sudden popularity of Vladimir […]

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