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David King on the Aftermath of the U.S. Elections | PolicyCast

Harvard University on November 07, 2012 19:50

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    HKS Senior Lecturer David King lends his expert electoral analysis to the results of the 2012 elections. He addresses troubling signs he sees for Democrats in local races, the chances of a bipartisan deal-making in the lame-duck session, the electoral college, the changing demographics of the United States, the role of statisticians like Nate Silver in predicting electoral outcomes and his work as the head of Harvard's Program for Newly Elected Members of the U.S. Congress.

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