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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Which liberal and conservative pundits were right with their election predictions? Which were wrong?

Pundit Scorecard

From the piece: 

With the election over and the final results mostly tallied, there’s little left to guess about: Barack Obama has won with 332 electoral votes (assuming his lead holds in Florida), 62 beyond the 270 needed to win. The 2012 presidential election has come to a close, and voters can finally, at long last, think about something else.

Pundits, however, shouldn’t be allowed to go about their business quite yet. Many of them made very public and very specific predictions about the election’s outcome. Some were right and some were very wrong. So, before we forget who said what, we put together the electoral vote predictions of some of the country’s most popular prognosticators. Look who nailed it. And look who missed big.

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