Track the Princeton Election Consortium's Meta-Analysis
This extension puts an icon in your browser that, when clicked, will show you the up-to-the-minute status of the election(s) being tracked by Dr. Sam Wang's Princeton Election Consortium Meta-Analysis. - Link to most recent blog post by Dr. Wang - When the meta analysis was last updated - Projected Democratic and Republican totals (votes, Senate seats, etc) - Popular Vote Meta-margin - Prediction of November election outcome - Current graphic aids, which may include meta-analysis history for the campaign, an electoral map, and win scenario histogram. - Hover your mouse pointer over the icon to see a condensed summary. Neither this extension nor its author are affiliated with Princeton University, the Princeton Election Consortium, or Dr. Sam Wang. Changelog: 10/01/2016 - Fix 'undefined' in title text 07/11/2016 - Update location of map image again 07/05/2016 - Update location of banner and map image 06/14/2016 - Update graph and map images, update background refresh interval to 8 hours, update URL of output summary 09/05/2014 - Updated to work with 2014 Senate race 09/26/2014 - Badge text now properly handles GOP meta-margin lead 09/29/2014 - Badge text now condensed to fit better 10/13/2014 - Bugfix for meta-margin for badge (something changed at PEC) 03/01/2015 - Update to show Obama net approva/disapprove graph. Drop "More" info from footer.
- (2012-10-25) This is the real hotness. Love me some election meta.
- (2012-10-18) Jon Ruark: Clean, simple, and fast. I like quick access to this kind of information.
- (2012-10-17) Dennis Keefer: Use it every day