2016 U.S. Presidential General Election Predictions

Announcing:

Political Contest Horary
AstroProbability*
for the General Election

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This new page will track the probabilities for the winner of the seven battleground states in the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election generated by a team of political contest horary astrologers led by mundane astrologer William Stickevers.

Probabilities from other sources will be tracked as well, including Nate Silver’s Five Thirty Eight, PredictIt.com, CNN’s Political Prediction Market, and Axiom Strategies in collaboration with Remington Research Group.

This page will be updated every 2 weeks leading up to the November 8th General Election.

*AstroProbability: a composite set of mundane astrology forecasting methods. Margin of Error is +/- 1.9% with a 95% level of confidence.

Political Contest Horary and the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election

Each horary question will be focused on a specific county in each of the seven battleground states, known as Axiom’s Battleground Counties  — as identified by Axiom Strategies in collaboration with Remington Research GroupThese counties historically reflect statewide results within 1% of accuracy, so monitoring them will be key in analyzing the 2016 presidential race.

Read more at
Political Contest Horary AstroProbability and the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election
Tracking probabilities for the winner of the seven battleground states in the 2016 U.S. Presidential General Election from Nate Silver’s Five Thirty Eight, PredictIt.com, Axiom Strategies, and Political Contest Horary AstroProbabiliy generated by a team of political contest horary astrologers led by mundane astrologer William Stickevers.



FOR THE RECORD…

• I am more committed to the truth and outcome of political contest than my own political expectations or preferences.
• I call it as I see it, not as I want it.
• I have been a registered Independent since 1984.
• I am a political atheist; I don’t believe in political parties.

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