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- No amount of data will compel ignorant pundits to stray from their network's narrative, like Karl Rove.
Data must be interpreted accurately, putting aside all conflicts of interest and being objective.Nov 18, 2012
- The article makes a fair point - especially invoking the "Unskewed Polls" model. But in addition to the fallibility of those creating the models you have plenty of time to interpret the outcome of those models. Pundits will say what those numbers mean. They will note what the public is thinking to generate those numbers. They will discuss what Candidate X needs to do to either maintain or change those numbers. And there will still be some who will confidently explain why this year, the numbers are all wrong. We will also see new "unskewed" polling models.Nov 18, 2012
- Nate the Great!!! I remember the 2+2 poker days. Man, that dude is smart.Nov 18, 2012
- People like to hear the pundits yak...I must admit I sometimes enjoy the chatting class.Nov 18, 2012
- Nate the techy version of Chuck Norris.. :)Nov 18, 2012
- Math revolution??? hahaha omg these blogs.Nov 19, 2012