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FiveThirtyEight sets single-day traffic record around presidential debate

While the first Clinton-Trump presidential debate drew tons of viewers away from ESPN’s Monday Night Football this week, the debate worked out very well indeed for one of ESPN’s other properties: FiveThirtyEight. The Nate Silver-led data-focused site has always had a strong politics component, going back to its days at The New York Times, and […] The post FiveThirtyEight sets single-day traffic record around presidential debate appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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