'FiveThirtyEight' results: How to get Nate Silver's latest election predictions

'FiveThirtyEight' results: How to get Nate Silver's latest election predictions
Source: AP
Source: AP

In 2012, Nate Silver correctly called all 50 states and nearly all the U.S. Senate races. Silver and his team at FiveThirtyEight are at it again this year, offering analysis of election results right up until the race is called. 

On election day in 2012, Silver gave Barack Obama a 90.9% chance of winning reelection. On this year's election day, he gave Hillary Clinton a slightly better than 71% chance of victory. 

FiveThirtyEight distributes its election predictions in various places. On FiveThirtyEight.com, Silver has given his final election day predictions at the state-by-state level. There are also U.S. Senate predictions and a live analysis blog

Silver also regularly tweets about the election at @NateSilver538. Tuesday morning, Silver pointed out there are an unusually high number of undecided voters and that while his model shows uncertainty, he still believes Clinton has the upper hand. 

Silver and FiveThirtyEight also post updates on their Facebook page, including videos that breakdown polls, turnout data and their projections. 

In a few hours, we will likely know if Silver's 2016 will solidify his reputation as one of the top election analysts in the country. 

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Will Drabold

Will Drabold is a policy writer at Mic. He writes Navigating Trump's America, Mic's daily read on Donald Trump's America. He is based in Washington, D.C., and can be reached at wdrabold@mic.com

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