Since Cory Booker decided to call it quits today I thought it was as good a time as any to run my 2020 Democratic Nominee model. My system takes into account recent polls, Vegas odds, media and social media mentions and followers; and my own special “trendiness” rating. I rate the trendiest of everything, why… Continue reading Democratic Nominee Odds January 13th 2020
Say what you want about @realDonaldTrump but one could make the case that he is the most dominant voice on social media today. He’s the only person declaring war on Twitter
It’s hard to believe that I have been clocking the wanna-be DNC Nominees for an entire year.
Lately I have turned my focus to who will win the general election. The result that my system has the most confidence in, at this point in time, is essentially a tie.
Even if you stick to the math, don’t pick sides, don’t talk issues, etc. the rabid blue twitter machine will call you names if you publish political data. It’s like they *REALLY* can’t conceive of someone being interested in collecting as much data on a topic as possible, running it through some machine learning, and… Continue reading 2020 Presidential Election Odds
The race for the Democratic party continues to change shape this week. My system says the odds that Joe Biden gets the nomination are half of what they were last month In fact Joe Biden has fallen in my overnight ratings every single day since the debate.
I have collected news from the web since the first of the year. Every single time, over the course of 180+ scrapes, Trump was always the number one term. Until yesterday. Yesterday the number one word mentioned in the news and on social media was “debate“…
The first debates are upon us! I’ve been tracking all of the Democratic candidates since the first of the year, and for the first time we got to see them interact with each other. Well, half of them…
The biggest news over the last couple of weeks re: the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination has been who was in and who was going to be left out of the debates. My numbers suggest that it should be very simple.
If it’s a new month, it’s time for another edition of my Democratic Party 2020 nomination predictions/ratings/rankings. This month the biggest shoe to drop was the Joe Biden announcement. While he was widely expected to jump into the race his official announcement, and the boost that he received from it, dominates this months ratings.