Today I started running the numbers to test my theory about why the polling was so wrong in key states this year, and I ran into a snag: my theory was not supported by my data. At least, the normal random fluctuations of polling were drowning out any relationship I hoped to find.
Much as Robert Millikan kept trying when he didn’t like his readings for the charge of the electron, I will press on. I need to find a way to sift through the noise, and I will find it.
Until then, thank you for your patience.