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How Marianne Williamson Could Win The 2020 Democratic Primary
Wednesday May 01, 2019

There’s no question that Marianne Williamson is an atypical political candidate. As a motivational speaker and self-help author who hasn’t held political office before, she certainly has a nontraditional background. That’s one reason that she didn’t qualify as a “major” candidate by FiveThirtyEight’s standards9 until last week, even though she first announced she was forming […]

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How Marianne Williamson Could Win The 2020 Democratic Primary
Wednesday May 01, 2019

There’s no question that Marianne Williamson is an atypical political candidate. As a motivational speaker and self-help author who hasn’t held political office before, she certainly has a nontraditional background. That’s one reason that she didn’t qualify as a “major” candidate by FiveThirtyEight’s standards9 until last week, even though she first announced she was forming […]

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Significant Digits For Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018
Tuesday December 11, 2018

You’re reading Significant Digits, a daily digest of the numbers tucked inside the news. $18,000 fine In South Korea, where video gaming is something of a national sport, the National Assembly passed an amendment outlawing “boosting” — a gaming practice whereby skilled players are hired to play matches for someone else, thereby boosting that person’s […]

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In this episode of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, we take a break from Washington and make sense of a chaotic week in British politics. Two professors from the University of Cambridge, Helen Thompson and David Runciman, explain why a resolution to Brexit is so complicated and how the country got to where it is today.
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