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Chris Hayes and I process this wild election
1 hour 5 minutes Posted Nov 4, 2020 at 4:50 pm.
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This is not the post-election breakdown I expected to have today, but it's definitely the one that I needed.

Chris Hayes is the host of the MSNBC primetime show, “All In," and the podcast "Why is this Happening? With Chris Hayes." He's also one of the most insightful political analysts I know. We discuss the purpose of polling, the problems of polling-driven coverage, the epistemic fog of the results, the strategy behind Trump's inroads with Latino voters, how Democrats might have won the presidency but lost democracy, what happens if Trump refuses to accept the election results, and much more.

More than anything else, this conversation has helped me make sense of everything that's happened in the last 24 hours. I think it will do the same for you.


"How Democrats Lost the Cuban Vote and Jeopardized Their Future in Florida." by Noah Lanard, Mother Jones

Chris's podcast on "Understanding the 'Latino Vote' with Chuck Rocha"


Producer/Audio engineer - Jeff Geld

Researcher - Roge Karma

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