US election predictor: who wins if political or economic conditions change?

US election predictor: who wins if political or economic conditions change?

www.guardian.co.uk
American data analyst Adam McCann has built an interactive predictor for the US election. Find out how the result is likely to be affected by changes to unemployment, stock market value and Obama's approval ratingJohn Burn-Murdoch...
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