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Rasmussen released a poll of the Kentucky Senate race that showed Mitch McConnell leading Alison Lundergan Grimes 52%-44%.
In 2010, The New York Times also found Rasmussen polls biased, claiming: 500 more words
It’s exceedingly rare that I agree with an Obama administration decision (though the decision is infirm, and could be weaseled any way the wind blows over the next several weeks) but the increasing calls to impose an Africa travel ban strike me as reflexive, not founded on proven disease strategy. 646 more words
The Best Infographics of the Year: Nate Silver on the 3 Keys to Great Information Design and the Line Between Editing and Censorship
Some neat examples and the principles are well articulated. Some of the use of graphics in the Globe, National Post, NY Times etc buttress his points: 408 more words
In part 1 of this pre-election series, I re-introduced you to Nate Silver. He’s the young probability/statistics guru who, unlike all of his peers in the business, correctly predicted the results of the 2008 Presidential race in 49 of 50 states, and the results of the 2012 Presidential race in all 50 states. 541 more words