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Nate Silver, the man who accurately predicted the 2012 presidential elections almost to the decimal point, says that Marco Rubio is more conservative than Rick Santorum, or even Ronald Reagan.
Nate Silver, the heralded statistician who correctly predicted the presidential election, including each state, has been named Out Magazine’s Person of the Year.
Nate Silver and Conan O’Brien have a rather in-depth conversation about the 2012 presidential election, and why conservatives were so shocked that Romney lost.
49% — or all but half — of all Republican voters believe ACORN stole the 2012 election for President Obama, a drop from 2008 when 52% of Republican voters believed the same.
The creator of “Unskewed Polls” claims Barack Obama stole the election and he’s created a new website, BarackOFraudo.com “exposing how they stole the 2012 election.”
Nate Silver, the incredibly accurate statistician who predicted the 2008 and 2012 elections almost exactly, is gay. Here’s why it matters America knows.
The only states that have not asked Obama to allow them to secede from the United States of America are the ones that have made same-sex marriage legal.
President Obama now has a 91.6% chance of winning re-election, predicts the New York Times’ Nate Silver, via his FiveThirtyEight blog.
New York Times’ statistician Nate Silver now places Barack Obama’s chances of winning re-election at 91.4%. But only if you vote.
The New York Times’ Nate Silver continues to increase his predictions of a President Obama win, and now gives Obama an 83.7% chance of a second term, with 305 electoral votes.
New York Times’ FiveThirtyEight blogger and statistician extraordinaire, Nate Silver, just before midnight calculated President Obama’s chances of winning as 80.9%.
Nate Silver, the highly respected creator of the FiveThirtyEight elections blog at the New York Times, just increased President Obama’s chances of winning to 79%.
Nate Silver, who runs the New York Times’ FiveThirtyEight blog, now gives President Obama a 73.1% chance of winning re-election — up more than two points.
The New York Times’ highly-respected Nate Silver, who runs the FiveThirtyEight blog, gives President Obama a 71 percent chance of winning re-election on November 6.
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