October 25th, 2012
08:31 PM ET

"Romney no longer gaining ground in polls," says Nate Silver

Nate Silver, the founder of the New York Times 538 blog and the man who knows more than most about what the numbers behind the 2012 election mean says that Mitt Romney's momentum seems to have stopped.

According to the The FiveThirtyEight blog, Silver's model follows a broader array of polls — including state polls — in order to gauge the overall trend in the race.

So, why is Mitt Romney losing momentum?

OutFront tonight: Nate Silver, founder of the New York Times 538 blog and author of "The signal and the noise: Why so many predictions fail-but some don't."

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