Nate was right in his predictions for all 50 states and DC. Five Thirty Eight gets its name from the number of electors in the Electoral College.The site provides a comprehensive look at political and sports predictions via a team of data journalists and statisticians, headed by Nate.It’s the go-to for getting accurate, unbiased polling leading up to an election or big event.The latest forecast on the 2016 race shows Hillary Clinton leading with a 64.6% chance of winning. Nate doesn’t divulge his political leanings, and therefore keeps Five Thirty Eight, and its predictions, unbiased., the much-praised documentary about Japanese sushi legend Jiro Ono.“It’s about this guy in Japan who makes the best sushi, probably in the world, and you’re, like, What’s the secret? “And the secret is dedication to every little aspect, from the rice to the fish to the way the customers are seated to the order in which the meal is presented.” He pauses.It was released as the lead single from their album on September 4, 1991, by Warner Bros.The music was written by guitarist John Frusciante and bassist Flea during a jam session months prior to the album recording sessions.
(And let’s not get started on Jonah Lehrer, another New Yorker writer who stretched himself so thin that he started plagiarizing in order to keep up.) In the highly pressurized world of contemporary media, it’s all too easy to see how the demand to produce hits can undermine integrity and discipline.But it's also not a 'toss-up': The Giants are favored.It's the same principle here: Obama is ahead in the polling averages in states like Ohio that would suffice for him to win the Electoral College. Despite the criticisms Silver is receiving – and they are mounting as the election nears – he is standing by his latest projections (updated at noon on 10/31) that Obama will win 299 electoral votes to Romney's 239.Nate Silver might not be a household name, but he is receiving much attention this election season given his astoundingly accurate prediction in the 2008 election.Silver, who began his career calculating political statistics blogging for the Daily Kos and now is blogging for The New York Times, accurately predicted the winner of 49 of the 50 states in 2008.