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  1. Edward Appleton
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    Looking forward to see the output of “some precision” as you put it when you conduct your experiments, and how frequently you engage. There were over 80 polls in total, weren’t there? And whilst they all got it wrong, there were wobbles with startling frequency – plenty of TV “priming” all the time, daily even. What you refer to as hypothetical messages – how would you replicate those, difficult/ impossible to predict? Once Nate Silver has effectively withdrawn from battle, I admire anyone stepping up to the plate. Behavioural Economics is so wonderfully confident, it’s almost contagious ;)

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