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Blogs with Stats
Many blogs analyze different reports and present research with statistics.
Other Online Resources that Analyze Statistics
The Upshot - New York Times Blog on Politics, Policy and Everyday Life
"The Upshot presents news, analysis and data visualization about politics, policy and everyday life. It covers elections, the economy, health care, education and technology, as well as sports, culture and other topics."
Beyond the Box Score
Sabermetrics is the use of statistics and mathematics to analyze the game of baseball. Billing itself as a “saber-slanted” baseball community, this group blog offers crisp writing and informative analysis, but all of the ads can be annoying.
Nate Silver’s NYT blog (named after the number of electors in the U.S. electoral college) uses statistics to analyze everything from politics to science to sports. The blog focuses mainly on stats in politics and Silver is well known for his highly accurate election forecast models.
Brings original research and insights from the online dating service OKCupid. Utilizes data derived from the more than 7 million OKCupid members to generate interesting stats and infographics on sex, dating and relationships.
The Caucus - New York Times Politics Blog
"First Draft provides fast-paced and comprehensive coverage of politics and elections by The New York Times. Come back throughout the day for the latest news and analysis, and be part of the political conversation." They may have election polls and statistics on their site.
Wall Street Journal - Economics Blog
Real Time Economics offers exclusive news, analysis and commentary on the U.S. and global economy, central bank policy and economics.