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Polling Is Still Working, According to Nate Silver There’s wide variance in the new pollster ratings, but the upshot is that polling is not broken (yet).
How Should Political Journalists Handicap Elections? Steve Bannon has called out the “elite press” for misjudging the 2016 race. Is now the right moment to take a lesson?
Nate Silver’s Forecast (Probably) Overstates Trump’s Chances FiveThirtyEight isn’t “unskewing” polls. But the site’s forecasting model is based on assumptions that inflate Trump’s prospects.
Nate Silver Apologizes for Ferguson Arrest Story “My anecdote was so minor as compared to Ferguson that last night wasn’t the right time for me to share.”
Why the New Data Journalism Really Is Partisan Data journalism, Obamacare, and the elusive quest for fairness.
Nate Silver Only Cares About Some of the Haters The FiveThirtyEight founder explains which on The Daily Show.
The All-New, Stat-Heavy FiveThirtyEight, by the Numbers Nate Silver’s new mega-site is live. Time for first impressions!
Nate Silver Interview: The New FiveThirtyEight The site debuts on Monday, but the numbers whiz is only 75 percent ready.
New Media Venture Spring Is Officially Upon Us The New York Times’ new data-driven project gets a name, and ESPN announces another use for Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.
Nate Silver Didn’t Come Here to Make Friends He dismisses grumblings from former Times colleagues.
What Made Nate Silver Leave the New York Times? The promise of airtime and a lot of editorial freedom, according to Politico.
Q&A With Nate Silver on His Book, Romney, Polls Also: Dick Morris, poker, the weather, and Hillary.
Moderate GOP Governors No Longer Exist Nate Silver does the math, as is his wont.
Will Pelosi Be Central to a Debt Deal? Boehner might want to start researching chocolatiers.
People Really Do Not Want to Vote for Democrats This Year The GOP has its best showing in Gallup’s generic ballot poll since 1942.
Nate Silver: More on New York Neighborhood Livability Index The statistician explains the numbers behind our neighborhood ratings.
New York Evenly Divided on Gay Marriage New poll shows 46–46 split on gay marriage, while Nate Silver is pessimistic that it’ll pass the State Senate.
Nate Silver on What Went Wrong How did Taraji P. Henson lose, anyway?
Rock and Roll Is Recession-Proof In today’s digest of good economic news: Hedge funds get back on the plus side, Nate Silver applies his magical mind to the economy, and rock and roll plays so loud it can’t even hear the recession.