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Catalan elections 2012: evaluating electoral forecasting

I have been tempted to use “The magnitude of the tragedy” as a title for the post, quoting Quim Monzó, a well know catalan writter. Mostly because the impression, the perception, is that nobody predicted such results. So the elections … Continue reading

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Electoral forecasting for 2012 catalan elections: what can go wrong.

So finally election day has come. Let me stress again the historical importance of today’s elections, which can be noticed by the interest of international press (The New York Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, The Wall Street Journal, The Times, … Continue reading

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Final electoral forecasting for catalan elections 2012

After the last 5 polls yesterday we finally have the final forecasting for the catalan elections. Again, it is worth mentioning the historical importance of such elections, both at the Catalan, Spanish and International level. Although the accuracy of the … Continue reading

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