This algorithm accurately predicted November 2016 voter turnout using only public data

An algorithm developed in 2015 tries to guess 2016 election results.

My first campaign role was as a volunteer canvasser.  A few of my college friends and I went door-to-door for one of our professors who was running for congress.  He ended up winning.

I quickly learned a basic rule of campaigning: campaigns have limited funds, and they have limited time.  It is in no way a marathon.  It is a mad sprint– a very strategic one where you only have so much fuel.

This isn’t a poll, and it isn’t an aggregation of a bunch of polls.

This is a fully scalable dynamic algorithm that analyzes data specific for each voter.

An algorithm developed in 2015 tries to guess 2016 election results.

So far I am pleased with the data results.

Imagine the possibilities.

With even more here: dankleinman.org/tag/elections/

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