Bing predicts who will win this election. In a nutshell, bing predicts who won the election. It’s hard to take the math seriously. It’s easy to forget about the election. It’s hard to remember that. So here’s a list of the probabilities for the election.
The probability of Clinton winning the election is very high. The probability of Trump winning the election is very low.
The problem is that this is a very high probability, and that’s okay. The probability of Clinton winning the election is in the neighborhood of.99. But how do we take that into account when it comes to the election? How does bing or any of the other sites know what the odds are in a given election? It’s easy to forget that the election is ongoing, and that we are all voting for someone else every day.
The key to making sense of these election odds is to use the bing model. One of the problems with most of the polling and prediction models out there is that they are based on the assumption that people actually remember what the candidates had to say last time around. The bing model takes a given state and predicts how likely it is that someone will vote for that person or candidate again.
The bing model has several benefits: It’s a good way to think about election odds, it works for anyone (not just people who are aware of the election), and it avoids the bias of people claiming to know all the candidates better than they actually do.
Bing is also a good predictor of how you’d be affected if you did vote the next time around. If you were in a race where the candidates were all the same, then by the time you vote, you may well have voted for the same candidate in previous elections. But if you go out and meet people and find that they voted for the same candidate the last time around, then you may well be more likely to vote for someone new.
You wouldn’t want to take the political party of your favorite candidate’s father’s mother seriously with the result that you end up voting for his father’s mother’s party too. In a Presidential election, as I’ve learned the hard way, almost all the voters you meet are a mixture of old and young people, women and men, rich and poor, Republicans and Democrats, and independent voters. The only thing that really matters is whether you are old or young, rich or poor and independent.
bing.org is a website that tracks the results of the US presidential elections. As of September 16th, 2012, they have predicted the election outcome in over 9,000 different ways, so you can see how accurate they are. In the last few days they have predicted a tie, a loss, and a total victory for Democrat candidate Barack Obama.
Bing’s predictions are based on a mathematical formula that has been developed to accurately predict the outcome of the election. The formula works by comparing the candidates based on their popularity, age, and wealth, among other factors. The formula also factors in the state of the nation’s economy, as well as the candidates’ personal history.