*Every* election model shows Trump has almost no chance

If the 2020 election happened today, President Donald Trump would have, 기껏해야, ㅏ 1 에 5 chance of beating former Vice President Joe Biden, according to the three major models predicting the outcome.

그 21% chance of a Trump victory comes from 538’s election model, which simulates the election 40,000 times and produces an aggregate of likeliest outcomes based on a variety of factors including historic results, polling and a variety of other variables.
The other two election models most politicos keep tabs on suggest the incumbent has an even smaller chance of winning. 그만큼 Decision Desk HQ model gives Trump a 17.8% chance of securing a second term in 34 일’ 시각. The Economist model gives Trump a meager 13% chance of winning.
Which is pretty stunning stuff! And honestly, it would be getting lots more attention if 2016 hadn’t happened. 아무튼, modelersespecially 538’s Nate Silverbecame hot commodities after the 2008 선거, in which they accurately predicted Barack Obama’s convincing win over John McCain. And Silver proved himself again by nailing the results in all 50 states in 2012.
    그러나 2016 did happen. And the models were wrong.
    11 월 8, 2016 (선거일), 그만큼 538 model gave Trump a 28.4% chance of winning. 그만큼 뉴욕 타임즈 “Upshot” 모델 pegged his chances at 15%. 그만큼 Huffington Post model gave the billionaire businessman a minuscule 1.7% chance of victory.
    What that failure proved is that a model is only as good as the assumptions (and the data behind those assumptions) that you put into it. Trump was able to find voters in three key states — 펜실베니아, 미시간 및 위스콘신 — who the models missed. So he won.
      But simply because election models missed the Trump phenomenon the first time around doesn’t mean we should ignore them entirely. The models are updated to reflect the realignment Trump set in motion in 2016. The likelihood, 그때, of missing some sort of hidden pro-Trump factors in the electorate is much less.
      요점: In politics, we have a tendency to throw the baby out with the bathwater: The election models missed Trump’s 2016 victory and so, 따라서, we should totally ignore what they are saying about 2020. 아니! Of course the models could be wrong again. But there’s a much higher likelihood that they’re right.

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