Tonight’s House Forecast: 52-Seat Gain For G.O.P.

If Democrats were hoping for a late surge to improve their chances of retaining control of the U.S. House, there isn't any evidence of it yet. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Jon Mitchell - Oct 26, 2010 - 6:27 PM PDT
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Edited by: Jon Mitchell - Oct 27, 2010 - 9:25 AM PDT

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by Jon Mitchell - Oct. 27, 2010

Still more illuminating analysis from Nate Silver. Not only does he share and contextualize the relevant poll numbers, he explains how their statistical quirks might play for or against the apparent results, based on prior experience.

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Preston Watts
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by Preston Watts - Nov. 2, 2010

This is relatively good journalistic effort however I fell in using polling data and forecasts to this extent would require some mention of the role that these prognostications can play in the late stages of a campaign.

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