Wednesday, October 17, 2012

What I said

Nate Silver of the invaluable 538 (and NYTimes) says in his Oct. 16 column: :
potentially suggestive that some of Mr. Romney’s gains since the Denver debate reflect the increased willingness of those who might be inclined to vote for him to participate in surveys, rather than very many Americans having changed their minds.
This was precisely what I said after the Obama numbers started falling after the first debate. It was the only answer for such a swift fall. Hey, maybe I learned something from my time in SOC after all.

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