November 7, 2012
"Journalists who professed to be political experts were shown to be well connected, well-informed perhaps, but — on the thing that ultimately decided the result: how people were planning to vote — not well educated. They were left reporting opinions, while Nate Silver and others reported research."

Election shows data illiteracy is a problem for journalists | Knight Digital Media Center (via amzam)

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