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New York Times' Nate Silver Puts Romney's Chances at 'About 8 Percent'

The morning of Election Day, the New York Times star poll forecaster Nate Silver forecast that Barack Obama had a 91.6% of retaining the presidency. Silver told Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert ...
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Krugman Defends Nate Silver From 'Trolls," Says Will Take 'Miracle' for Romney to Win

Arrogant New York Times columnist Paul Krugman goes on the record about the Romney campaign's chances: "They clearly know that it will take a miracle -- sorry, a last-minute surge -- to prevail on ...
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NYT Poll Analyst Nate Silver Sees Golden Path for Obama Tuesday Night

Times' poll analyst Nate Silver extremely confident about Obama's chances for reelection on Monday morning: "Obama unlikely to win by anything like his post-DNC margins. But Romney has no ...

NYTimes Star Poll Analyzer Nate Silver Offers to Bet $2,000 on Obama Win, Chided by Public Editor

New York Times' star poll analyzer and statistician Nate Silver continues to give hope to Democrats, and he's getting more confident as the election draws closer. After a heated debate on ...
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NYT Pollster Nate Silver: 'I Don't Intend to Vote This Year'

The controversial New York Times pollster Nate Silver, who has been roundly criticized for his overly-optimistic Barack Obama polling, told Charlie Rose, on his PBS show on Tuesday: "I don't ...
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Hi, Ho, Nate Silver: NYTimes' Star Pollster Bolsters Fading Democratic Spirits Once Again

The closer Election Day looms, the more often New York Times' golden-boy pollster Nate Silver is thrust from his nytimes.com home into the print edition, with a poll analysis rallying the ...
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Hi, Ho, Nate Silver: NYT's Star Pollster Bolsters Fading Democratic Spirits Once Again

The closer Election Day looms, the more often New York Times' golden-boy pollster Nate Silver is thrust from his nytimes.com home into the print edition, with a poll analysis rallying the ...
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Nate Silver Disses Gallup Poll That 'Turned Out Badly' in 2008, Missing by 4...But So Did the NYT's Poll

The Times young star pollster Nate Silver dismissed the Gallup poll as overrated, noting it turned out badly in 2008, overestimating Obama's win by four points. But so did the New York Times' last ...
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