MILWAUKEE -- The results of Tuesday's presidential election may have stunned pollsters the most, who got it all wrong.
Just six days before the presidential election, the Marquette University Law School Poll had Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump six points in Wisconsin.
You know now that Trump won Wisconsin, by a percentage point.
"It's perfectly understandable if voters and others want to be more skeptical of polling," said Charles Franklin, the director of the Marquette Law School Poll. "Did we have too many men? Too many women? Not enough people? With less than a college degree? Too many with a college degree?"
Charles Franklin calls Tuesday night's presidential numbers the biggest difference in his polling career.