Reader Feedback of the Week: A Little Political Praise

"Pacific Standard has Seth Masket, a national expert on political parties, writing a column where he regularly uses data."
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In September, at PBS.org, Michael W. Wagner wrote “9 Things the Best Political Reporters Do.” Wagner’s No. 2 item (if we do say so ourselves): “Pacific Standard has Seth Masket, a national expert on political parties, writing a column where he regularly uses data to show how structural factors like the state of economic growth are far more consequential in determining elections than a campaign’s newest attempt to engage young voters via text messages.” You can find Masket’s weekly posts every Monday at PSmag.com.

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