nekom: It might in theory, though socially conservative poor certainly buck the trend. Voting against your own interests because a gay couple might get married, only in America!
LEAVE NATE SILVER ALONE
Lost Thought 00: There are much stronger predictors of a person's vote. Race and Gender, for instance
ManateeGag: according to that chart, I should be voting for Romney.
thurstonxhowell: The graph doesn't match the table.
thurstonxhowell: thurstonxhowell: The graph doesn't match the table.Scratch that. They don't have to match. The graph, despite being labeled as being based on Payscale data, is actually based on a survey by The Atlantic.Does anyone hire editors anymore?
StreetlightInTheGhetto: A guy just walked past me and a pro union chick and said "I make 100000 a year, I know who I'm voting for"So I muttered to the union chick that my still union member business owning uncle has millions in investments and is voting pro Union and Obama. Would've said that to the guy but wanted to avoid a f--king scene.
SlothB77: can't wait for the romney victory so that Nate Silver is proven not credible and we don't have to hear about him anymore.
impaler: If you take those probabilities and run them through a simulator, it gives Obama a 99.4% chance of winning.Nate Silver is lying to us. 90% odds for Obama are WAY too low. It makes one think Romney has a 1 in 10 chance at winning, when he only has a 1 in 200 chance.
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