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November 07, 2016

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Wayne Borean


Heh. My investment in popcorn futures would pay dividends, if I didn't keep on eating all of it.

Wayne Borean


Forgot. If you need some chuckles read this article.

https://www.buzzfeed.com/craigsilverman/how-macedonia-became-a-global-hub-for-pro-trump-misinfo?utm_term=.tuRqWnJvE#.puMDnGl8B

Tester

Ouch! It just shows how unbelievably stupid Trump's hard core followers really are.

The best bit in that article was that trying the same thing with Bernie Sanders didn't work. Not really surprising in my book, intelligent people do not fall for such blatant scams.

steve

HRC 47
DJT 41 %
GJ 5%
JS 2 %

Tomi T Ahonen

Hi Steve

Pls send those to me via Twitter, include the link to this blog page, then you're entered into the contest (also if you want, include the EV guess as well - a separate book awarded for that winner)

Tomi Ahonen :-)

davebarnes

"you the three scenarios"
Uh, no.
three scenari
the plural

Wayne Borean


This is why counting Registered Democrats and Registered Republicans can be really misleading.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/07/opinions/navarro-republican-voting-for-clinton/index.html

Tomi T Ahonen

Hi Everybody

First off, the count of pollsters is now up to 12, if any of you feel like re-reading the math and analysis.

Secondly, I did my final-final forecast after all. Yeah, down from 16%, I'm going with 12%. I think the 3.5% average of polls has propagandists mixed in. I took them out. Then of the 4% nominal result, I allocated the undecideds. That got me to 7.5%. Then as I said its a 4% gain for Hillary out of the GOTV effort, I am persuaded by the secret women's vote to add the half percent to bring Hillary to 12%. So I'm saying 51% Hillary, 39% Trump, 6% Johnson, 3% Stein and 1% McMullin and others. Texas is her last state won, and she also picks up Georgia, Arizona and North Carolina over what Obama won. Plus she carries all states Obama won in 2012 including Ohio and Iowa where she is behind in in-state polling but the GOTV effort will save her there. Oh, and Trump will lose Utah to McMullin

Tomi Ahonen :-)

Winter

Trump is trying to demoralize his voters to the very end:

Optimism From Hillary Clinton and Darkness From Donald Trump at Campaign’s End
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/08/us/politics/hillary-clinton-donald-trump.html?_r=0

Wayne Borean


I'll stick with my earlier forecast.

Wayne Borean


Having fun tweeting about CPAC. This confuses Americans, because the real CPAC is Canadian...

yallo

the computers have been hacked

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