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That includes a somewhat infamous 9-point miss in 1948, when Thomas Dewey didn’t actually defeat Harry Truman.
THE POLLS WEREN’T GREAT. BUT THAT’S PRETTY NORMAL.NATE SILVER (NRSILVER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 11, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Williams said her top concern was maintaining adequate staff because Mayo personnel were becoming exposed or infected in the community along with other people, forcing them to quarantine and miss work.
So much so that it’s easy to forget the big whiffs—and yet the list of misses is long.
WHAT IF APPLE’S NEW MAC CHIPS ARE TRASH?RHHACKETTFORTUNENOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
The Texas hot links, the spare ribs, the turkey, the pulled pork, there’s nary a miss here.
Just like in 2016, the predictors were foiled by bad misses in polling in states like Florida and Ohio.
In the guiding and climbing world, it’s customary to openly discuss near misses and accidents.
I HIT A CYCLIST WITH MY CARBROOKE WARRENOCTOBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
Now, it’s important to note that it’s still far better for a company to report a beat than a miss, as this BofA chart shows.
There were a few near misses across Europe earlier in the year, and this looks, sadly, like the worst might have come to pass.
Although the fundamentals forecast does do a good job of forecasting most recent elections, there are a lot more misses once you extend the analysis before 1948.
She missed the good-night kiss from her mamma, and tears rose to her eyes.
A LITTLE FLORIDA LADYDOROTHY C. PAINE

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