Why U.S. Jewish Voters Are Bucking the Worldwide Trend and Still Voting Democrat

David Shor was the Obama team’s ‘in-house Nate Silver’ in 2012, but the data scientist was caught out by Trump’s triumph in 2016. Despite the polls suggesting a Biden victory on Tuesday, he’s taking nothing for granted

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Like many supporters of former Vice President Joe Biden, David Shor is nervous. At the time of this interview, just days before Tuesday’s presidential election, the polls seem to favor the Democratic nominee. But that brings back memories of 2016 and a result that was deeply traumatizing for the American left – not only because of the defeat but also the complete failure to foresee it.

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