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What the presidential candidates' data can tell us about Trump and Clinton

It's election season, and the candidates' and campaigns' eyes are on you, the voter. Figuring out what you think about something a candidate said last night or tweeted this morning is very big business. All this gathering of data, from statewide and national polls and social media alike, can make it seem as if everything we do – or even think – is under scrutiny. In fact, it is.
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