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August 08, 2013

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I think he meant "compliment" but statistically speaking...it works.

Also, although #4 is probably true, Median is a closer second than people give it credit for.

Point #9 is important. It's a direct shot at "access journalism," the values & practices of big-time newsrooms . . And probably part of the reason Silver is leaving NY Times.

Their loss I'd say.

Nate......"you bastard I read your book”. I am a serious student of political reality with a basic exposure to statistical analysis. I continue to look for serious work that specifically addresses the non voter. Most polling research seems to ignore this huge element in the political process. My understanding is that it remains at about 34% which is one hell of number that remains ignored. Might you provide me with a source that explores in detail this missing third of our voters?

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