Nate Silver

New York Times

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Political analyst who writes FiveThirtyEight, which analyzes all the political polls, for the New York Times and a contributor to the New Republic

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The  deficit reduction deal  isn't over yet and it might play a role in next year's presidential campaign.

The Debt Ceiling and the 2012 Presidential Playing Field

The deficit reduction deal isn't over yet and it might play a role in next year's presidential campaign.

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Republicans claim they made deficit reduction the price the President had to pay for  increasing the debt ceiling  so the US could pay its bills.

The Debt Ceiling, the President and Next Year's Campaign

Republicans claim they made deficit reduction the price the President had to pay for increasing the debt ceiling so the US could pay its bills.

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The Obama-Biden ticket got a bounce in the polls after the Democratic convention and the McCain-Palin ticket got a bigger bounce after the Republican convention.

As the Conventions End, a State-by-State Battle Begins

The Obama-Biden ticket got a bounce in the polls after the Democratic convention and the McCain-Palin ticket got a bigger bounce after the Republican convention.

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