Just How Arbitrary Is Fox’s 10-Person GOP Debate Cutoff?

Just How Arbitrary Is Fox’s 10-Person GOP Debate Cutoff?

By Danielle Kurtzleben

The top 10 candidates, as determined by Fox’s analysis of polls, will debate Thursday. But even when you average polls together, it’s tough to tell the difference between the lower-ranked hopefuls.

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