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7 November 2012 By Edward Hadas

The U.S. election was a triumph for more impartial pollsters. They got it right, using the same sort of statistical analysis which failed to anticipate the credit crunch. Voters are often accused of being superficial and irrational, but they’re much steadier than investors.

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