The 2020 Election: Narrative vs Data

November 8, 2016 (photo credit: me)

One would think that after the 2016 election, we as a society would finally admit that data isn’t the same as truth, not just because almost every major pre-election poll got the outcome completely wrong, but also because the failed Clinton campaign so prided itself on its data driven methods. It’s almost a cliche now to blame Robby Mook’s myopic obsession with “analytics,” or Clinton’s failure to visit Michigan, or the

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Debut novel PORTRAIT OF SEBASTIAN KHAN (2019, 7.13 Books). Writes about politics and literature.

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Aatif Rashid

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Debut novel PORTRAIT OF SEBASTIAN KHAN (2019, 7.13 Books). Writes about politics and literature.

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