Politics

Forecasts still point to a Biden presidency

Andy Fyers
Wed, 04 Nov 2020

Forecasts still point to a Biden presidency
Andy Fyers
Wed, 04 Nov 2020
Seemingly traumatised by the upset of 2016, few US election watchers seem prepared to spell out in plain language what the forecasts are saying – that Joe Biden is the overwhelming favourite to win the presidential election.The irony is that most pundits and prognosticators are far less confident of a win for the Democractic candidate than they were in 2016, when the polls were far more favourable for Trump – albeit that they still made him an underdog.US election forecast supremo Nate Silver has published two articles in the past t...

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