Hill wrote that 1,510 interviews were needed for a representative poll of Florida. To accomplish this, those conducting the poll had to make 136,688 calls. And it got more and more difficult as Election Day neared. From Oct. 25-27, he wrote, only four-tenths of 1 percent of those they attempted to reach responded. Based on election results from the Sunshine State compared to pre-election polls, “likely Trump supporters” were unlikely to pick up the phone and participate in the poll, and that fact wasn’t properly accounted for.