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Two political scientists in a study last week that claimed that the comedian Jon Stewart, the deviation of Comedy Central’s influential “the Daily Show” helped, to the President, Trumpf withdrawn.
Tom Wood of the Ohio State University and Ethan Porter, George Washington University, published their paper in April calling on the London Electoral Studies, political satirist absence on the satirical news show, led to a 1.1 percent increase in the trump suit of the vote share.
The researchers collected the ratings for the show in the United States and county-level turnout for 2012 and 2016. It is suspected that the change in the hosts of Stewart, who mocked Trump night, Trevor Noah, has led to a jump in the ratings. The result was trump earn about 1 percent more of the votes in each country.
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“Our results make it clear that late-night-can have political Comedy, meaningful impact on the presidential elections,” the paper stated.
Reader fast, the couple informed an error in your results. After the review of their work, the pair a calculating disorder realized changed their conclusion.
“On closer investigation we discovered that we had made a calculator tweeted of errors in the Aggregation of years of credit ratings data,” wood on 10 may. “After the fix of this error, the corrected regression results of the changes to the Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert from the audience do not imply as important correlates of Donald Trump, the 2016 presidential elections.”
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The couple notified the journal and asked that the paper be withdrawn, to which they agreed. She even received praise on Twitter for the public recognition of the error.