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POLL GURU EXPLAINS WHY LATINOS ARE CONSISTENTLY UNDERCOUNTED

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One of the most reliable pundits when it comes to the math side of politics is the New York Times blogger Nate Silver. He actually comes from a sports background and was known as a master of sports statistics. I've been reading his five thirty-eight blog for the last couple of years and he's usually right on the mark. Nate has done some number crunching to verify claims that Latinos were undercounted in the polls and gave Democrats the margins needed to win in states where they have the largest populations.


His finding? Indeed, the NCLR polling I wrote about yesterday is confirmed.

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