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November 01, 2006


Interesting polling graphs also out of MIT here, via electoral-vote.com, built using a method that weights recent polls more heavily (unlike most averaging methods that just do a straight averaging on the most recent 3-5 polls).

Dark lines are estimates of the actual support for the candidate, shaded areas are 95% confidence intervals. Details of the method here.

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