Polls, stats and parodies: The 10 must-follow websites of the 2016 presidential election

You could call the 2016 presidential election a lot of things, but you couldn’t call it boring. Don’t miss any twist or turn as the race moves to its end. These 10 sites are the ones we'll be watching, along with a bonus source for much-needed comic relief. 1. FiveThirtyEight

Nate Silver and the Fivethirtyeight team deliver general political news and opinion, and even sports analysis and predictions. The real reason to keep tabs on the site during election year, however, is its excellent statistical forecasts for the presidential horse race. Updated daily, the forecasts break down each contender’s chance of winning on a percentage basis, along with projected results. There are also explanations of how the site comes to its conclusions, the national poll data it uses, interactive charts, and other information. It’s a veritable stats feast for data nerds. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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