Nate Silver: “There’s a near-perfect correlation, in fact between how much news coverage a candidate has received and where they rank in recent national polls… The causality here is murky. Do candidates receive more news coverage because they’re polling well? Or do they poll well because they receive more news coverage? Undoubtedly, there’s some of both, which creates the possibility of a feedback loop.”Save to Favorites
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