Dear readers, I’ve been invited to write an academic article on the Meta-analysis. I’m horribly late with it…but I do have a draft. I’d be interested in your thoughts and reactions. I’m sure I have not done justice to some important topics. The article text is here (PDF) and the figures are here (6.7 MB [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Site News'
October 7th, 2013, 8:27am by Sam Wang
January 5th, 2013, 4:00pm by Sam Wang
Gerrymandering makes for interesting mail! Here are some excerpts from activists, a journalist, political scientist, and a few redistricters.
November 4th, 2012, 10:00am by Sam Wang
Here’s some Princeton Election Consortium news (and about poll aggregation generally): Upcoming: Monday KCRW 2:00pm ET with Mark McKinnon, Sasha Issenberg, and Ron Brownstein.Tuesday WNYC 12:30pm ET with Leonard Lopate. Recent radio: KPCC Los Angeles, Colorado Public Radio, NPR’s Science Friday with Flora Lichtman and Nate Silver. Articles in Deadspin and Wired about the aggregation-hating [...]
November 3rd, 2012, 1:04pm by Sam Wang
At last, we’re back. Andrew is a hero! Restoring the last few days of contenthere now… Update: Done, with some modifications. If you like the temporary look see synapse.princeton.edu. If any temporary-site URL gives an error, replace “election” with “synapse.” Comments please!
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October 29th, 2012, 11:11pm by Sam Wang
Not by Sandy, though the winds are pretty high (check out this excellent moving representation). I’m more blown away by the web traffic over the last few weeks. Take a look.
October 1st, 2012, 8:00am by Sam Wang
Good morning. I’ve switched to a short-term prediction. Click on the history to see it. Today the Meta-Margin is Obama +5.4%, the highest value so far of the general campaign. The yellow “watch zone” includes 353 EV, also a high. I’m experimenting with flavors of comment moderation. Don’t mind the confusion. General announcement: if anyone [...]
September 30th, 2012, 12:00pm by Sam Wang
If you are a casual reader, you might be missing out on some very good comment threads. This year they include physicists, political scientists, lawyers, financial traders, neuroscientists…there’s a lot going on down there. Many are partisans, but the emphasis is on analysis, not political opinion. A recent sampling follows.
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September 26th, 2012, 9:00pm by Sam Wang
Some improvements from Andrew Ferguson: The update date/time above now links to the history graph, and the Obama/Romney numbers link to the map. In the map itself, clicking it generates a popup window with lots of little features, especially if you start right-clicking on particular states. Finally, over to the right, under The Power Of Your [...]