Rand tells Breitbart:
“The polls could be way off. It could be that there will be two or three people at the top in the twenties, and then two or three people in the teens.” Thus, some polling showing Donald Trump with a considerable lead could be wrong.
Paul expounded on the inaccuracy of polls throughout the call, in which he also curiously talked about how pollsters don’t know how to gauge “The Ron Paul Vote.” It was a rare instance in which Paul cited his father’s support base as being his own. Throughout the campaign, Paul has mostly shied away from discussing or aligning himself with his popular libertarian dad.