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10 Things We Didn’t Account For In The HuffPost Presidential Election Forecast

The Huffington Post on Monday released its presidential forecast model, which uses polling data to project who’s likely to win the election. (Spoiler: It’s Hillary Clinton.) But we didn’t include some things that many people think will determine who will become the next president. Here are the top 10 with our reasons for ignoring them: 10. Yard sign counts : Also known as the “Peggy Noonan adjustment,” yard sign counts are easily quantified but often not reliable.
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