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Video: Journalists having trouble predicting election events

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The battle for the White House between George W. Bush and Al Gore is unlike any event in American history since the disputed presidential election of 1876. For journalists, it's the story of a lifetime.

But as CNN's Howard Kurtz reports, it is a story many journalists are having a hard time getting right.

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CNN's Howard Kurtz says the prognosticators are frequently wrong on the major turns in the election drama (December 12)

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