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The Reliability of Polls - and Polling Experts

Donna371 Wrote: Oct 30, 2012 7:27 AM
Who left 4 people to get killed in Obama? Who lied to the American public about it? Who said, if I can't get the job done in 4 years I don't deserve another chance? Who increased the national debt 4 fold since his time in office? Let's see......would that be Obama? Of course, he doesn't deserve another 4 years. Mitt may have changed his mind on some things but isn't that a little like 'evolving'. That's what Obama says when he has an opinion but wants to 'evolve' it. Gay marriage comes to mind. Go away, Repugna.
There has been just about one constant up for discussion in an electoral season filled with tumultuous polling: Nate Silver.

Nate Silver is the statistician and poll-watching guru who rose to prominence in 2008 by developing a poll aggregation model that correctly predicted 49 of 50 states in that year's presidential contest. He has since been hired by the New York Times and gained more prominence with his up-to-the-minute analysis on new polls and the state of the presidential race.

Conservatives have attacked Silver relentlessly for his model that predicts that President Obama with a 70%+ chance to win...