It’s time for another round of FiveThirtyEight’s “totally subjective odds” — where the site’s analysts riff on the little data that we have and attempt to handicap the 2016 presidential nomination from each party.
This week’s participants — Nate Silver, editor in chief; Micah Cohen, DataLab editor; and Harry Enten, senior political writer; and special guest Rembert Browne of Grantland — huddled in Nate’s office to hash out the probabilities.
(This is part of the prelaunch experimentation for the FiveThirtyEight podcast. We’ll be posting audio of different kinds on SoundCloud, then launching the actual podcast later this spring. Stay tuned! And let us know what you think by tweeting our podcast producer/host, @jodyavirgan.)