It's time to ditch polling averages that don't also show uncertainty

The polls are tight in Georgia — and that's all we can really know

AFTER the election, pollsters and savvy (ie, empirical) political journalists spent a lot of time arguing that polls weren't actually THAT, wrong, but rather, our expectations for them have been set far too high. It seemed that election handicappers and forecasters might have even come around to the idea that this was partly our fault for not constantly…

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