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“It’s a bit of a cautionary tale: the bright young intellectual who either gets sloppy or people stop scrutinizing them when they should be critical of everyone and everything,” says Silver.
“That’s why I need to take some time just to relax—between the election and the book, I spilled out a lot of my creative output.
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With his model, he even correctly predicted the winners of every US Senate race. Nate called the 2012 presidential election months before it was ever certain, predicting that President Obama had 90.9% chance of winning a majority of the 538 electoral votes.Some data, however, have predicted that young, non-white voter turnout will drop this year and that President Obama is tied with Republican contender Mitt Romney."Prediction is the name of Silver's game, the basis for his celebrity," wrote Dylan Byers in his Monday column in Politico. 6, it's difficult to see how people can continue to put faith in the predictions of someone who has never given that candidate anything higher than a 41 percent chance of winning (way back on June 2) and – one week from the election – gives him a one-in-four chance, even as the polls have him almost neck-and-neck with the incumbent."Silver responded to Byers comments, attempting to explain his methodology using another of his favorite pastimes: sports."Romney, clearly, could still win," Silver told Politico."If the Giants lead the Redskins 24-21 in the fourth quarter, it's a close game that either team could win.Silver’s admiration for, a movie about attention to detail, is of course exactly the kind of metaphor a writer hopes for—an almost too-perfect reveal of Silver’s psychology.Fish or numbers, it all comes down to an obsession with method and perfectionism. “He could have opened a chain of restaurants and then become a celebrity chef, and he chose not to. That’s my personality: to really enjoy the work you are doing and not cheapen yourself.” Silver, in other words, has no intention of becoming the Guy Fieri of nerdville.