Looking for good analysis, preferably quantitative, of how Trump won. Where are people looking at the available data and sharing ideas? What parts of Trump's message brought people out for him? How can other politicians address the legitimate concerns of his voters without all the negative stuff that goes along with him? [more inside]
The American public will be inundated with national poll results until November 8th, and I can't understand why. [more inside]
What's the difference between internal and public polls? [more inside]
What do I need to do to be able to go to the Obama rally in Grant Park on November 4th? [more inside]
When a preference poll has a certain margin of error, what are the minimum/maximum results? [more inside]
ElectionFairnessFilter. So i just voted (yay) and noticed something odd - a man in the polling place sitting quietly behind a MoveOn PAC sign. I didn't think we in the US could have anyone inside the polling place advocating a specific voting paradigm (even if I do think it's a good paradigm to support), and so I wasn't surprised when a lady complained and an officious-looking man walked over to talk to the seated gentleman - but after a short conversation, they let him stay. Anyone know what gives here? Why would they not ask him to leave?