We talk about our elections forecasts endlessly, so why not do so in podcast form. Every other Friday, in the regular elections podcast feed, editor-in-chief Nate Silver and politics editor Micah Cohen will sit down to talk about how the predictions have moved and why. It’ll get wonky. This week, they looked at the gaps between state and national polls and between online and live-interview polls. In each installment we’ll cover these basics:
This week we also announce the first of our fall live shows, slated for September 19th in New York City.
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