For weeks leading up to Tuesday’s elections, Americans who follow politics have been reading about polls: about how the Democratic Party or Republican Party is trending, or how this candidate or that candidate in this or that race for governor, the Senate, or the House of Representatives is favored or disfavored by continually shifting percentages of voters, or registered voters, or likely voters, or men or women of different ages, colors, incomes, and ZIP codes. The pollsters are in the business of scientific prediction… to continue reading, please click here.