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Google Releases Raw Election Polling Results 51

An anonymous reader writes "Last week, Nate Silver ranked Google Consumer Surveys as one of the most accurate polling firms of the 2012 US election. This week, Google has released the raw data that went into its election-day prediction, and is running a contest for interesting visualizations of that data. They provide a few examples of their own, including a WebGL globe view."
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Google Releases Raw Election Polling Results

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  • Been interesting if (Score:5, Interesting)

    by transporter_ii ( 986545 ) on Wednesday November 21, 2012 @08:21AM (#42053703) Homepage

    It would have been more interesting if the "Who do you want to win the US Presidential Election?" question had allowed for *any* candidate to be entered. I didn't want either of the two running to win. In fact, it is kind of a rip that only a handful of states actually count write-in votes.

    This is part of the reason that the one-party system has a stranglehold on America because it craftily marginalizes decenters.

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