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Re: How Analytics Could Upset the Presidential Frontrunners
Posted by: Rob Enderle 2016-02-01 09:23:02
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Given all the campaign drama between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, and between Trump and Fox News, there was little else on my mind when I started to write my column at the end of last week. The also-rans really didn't understand how suicidal Trump's comments were about fans supporting him even if he shot someone in New York. Also, Clinton's use of a nonauthorized BlackBerry revealed what she really thought of the Obama administration. Their opponents didn't grasp that both candidates had come close to making campaign-ending admissions.


Re: How Analytics Could Upset the Presidential Frontrunners
Posted by: kbannan 2016-02-02 13:09:43 In reply to: Rob Enderle
This is certainly not surprising at all. Analytics is changing everything. It will be interesting to see how people use it defensively as well as offensively.

--KB

Karen J. Bannan, commenting on behalf of IDG and Infomatica.
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