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Ken

Also, lots of blue states in the west, which were counted last.

jlbriggs

I love these methods of showing the progression.

If the slew of pundits who ended up being so shocked by the outcome of the election had had these two charts to view in real time...perhaps they would not have been so caught off guard.

dan l

I'm not sure that anybody was caught off guard. Nate Silver (who's blog has some pretty nice charts, coincidentally) had called it like the night before.


http://fivethirtyeight.blogs.nytimes.com/


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