Friday, October 31, 2008

After one unquestionably stolen election,

and after a second one that left a lot of us not secure that the people's will was accomplished, we never seem to get enough assurance. It's like a scratch that won't stop itching. I confess that my rational mind tells me the chances of a McCain victory are remote, but my emotional mind is on edge. Anyway, Political Wire has an interesting post tonight. It seems that a mathematics and computer professor at Franklin & Marshall College used poll numbers from late October to run 50 million scenarios on the electoral college, and Obama won 99.98% of the time.

For his part, Nate at 538 says:
McCain’s win percentage is down to 2.8 percent, his lowest number of the year.


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