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The math of Clinton vs. Trump; or how to really understand those election forecasts

Political junkies love numbers. Forget discussions of abortion or LGBT rights, or what to do about Aleppo, or the future of Social Security; what they obsess over are poll results and electoral vote counts. Among the most popular statistics of all are probability forecasts, which combine poll results...
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