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Jonathan Saewitz
Jonathan Saewitz
I created Statistica. I'm currently a freshman in college. Please feel free to contact me at j@statisti.ca.

Trump Wins The Presidency Against All Odds

By on Nov 9, 2016

Early this morning, Donald Trump surpassed 270 electoral votes to become the presumable 45th president of the United States of America. Hillary Clinton, his opponent, was a heavy favorite by almost every measurement, but lost by what currently appears to be a significant margin.

The Curious Case of Evan McMullin

By on Oct 23, 2016

Evan McMullin, a third party candidate in the United States’ 2016 presidential election, is gaining ground in his home state of Utah. He is considered to be a conservative alternative to Donald Trump. Recent polls in Utah suggest that McMullin is not only competitive in, but possibly winning, the state.

The Eagles Are Good, But Not Unprecedented

By on Oct 4, 2016

The Philadelphia Eagles are off to a flying start under the helm of first-year head coach Doug Pederson and rookie quarterback Carson Wentz. The 3-0 Eagles are far surpassing expectations, as many considered this season to be one of rebuilding (sound familiar, Philly fans?). After the Eagles’ recent 3-34 throbbing of the Pittsburgh Steelers, fans […]

Which Fantasy Football Draft Pick Is Best?

By on Aug 18, 2016

As we approach football season kickoff, fantasy football leagues are starting to draft. I am in a league myself and was discussing with some friends what the best draft position is. Many said the first; others said the last; and some said the position doesn’t really matter. I then realized I have the ability to […]

41 Presidential Campaigns Are In Debt

By on May 30, 2016

According to data from the Federal Election Commission (FEC), the campaigns for a total of 41 candidates for United States president currently have debt. There are currently 698 candidates for president (more have filed with the FEC since our article from a week ago when there were 676 candidates).