Colorado Votes: CU Election Model Gets it Wrong

November 7, 2012

Now that most of the election results are in, we can look back at some of the predictions that were made, and whether they’ve come true. Earlier in the campaign season, two University of Colorado political scientists projected Governor Mitt Romney would win Colorado and the presidential election. The forecast relied mostly on economic data in each state and how those numbers have historically affected presidential elections. CPR’s Pat Mack talks with CU-Boulder professor Ken Bickers about what went wrong.

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