There are a number of different ways Joe Biden could defeat Donald Trump in the 2020 election. The most two likely scenarios, however, include the Democratic hopeful winning in Florida or in Pennsylvania. According to a number of different national polls, Biden is up in both states. Florida is tricky, though, and Democrats have been…
Nate Silver is out with his latest forecast, and it shows that Democrats have an 85% chance of winning the House.
The media doesn’t talk about how Hillary Clinton really lost, because it implicates their judgment.
Nate Silver pointed out that Hillary Clinton got a 3 point drop in her polls after the Comey letter about her non-existent email scandal.
Jeffrey Wright Says Trump was “Publicly pleasuring himself on Presidential power” but guess who is in the splatter zone?
Not only was Trump’s victory not a “blowout,” but it was actually pretty unimpressive.
The news media really has a very simple job; report the truth even if it is reporting the truth that a presidential candidate is a liar.
Silver correctly called 48 of 50 states in 2008 and accurately called all 50 states in the 2012 election.
Hillary Clinton will be the nominee because more Democrats voted for her because she is a “hard core liberal” and not because of a rigged system.
During an interview on CNN, Nate Silver gave Hillary Clinton a 75% chance of being elected to be the nation’s next president.
Political blogger and prognosticator Nate Silver declared Thursday morning that Jeb Bush is “probably toast”.
Sanders could win the two early contests on the strength of white liberal voters, but Clinton still holds the advantage nationally.
Making Rubio the face of immigration reform has backfired and he has become a target of ridicule, all of it due to his having no discernible ability to articulate his politics and beliefs.
Nate Silver told an audience at Washington University in St. Louis that he may give up his election forecasts after 2014 or 2016 if they are having an undue influence on elections.
Nate Silver was on The Daily Show, where Jon Stewart summed up his role as the defender of reality as, ‘you were like the Chick-fil-a sandwich for reality.”