Why do people give a shit if a candidate is more "honest"? Sure, you don't want someone who's a complete liar, but I don't think candidness is even in the top 10 traits required to be a successful and effective politician.
I think it's just a way for people to vote for who they like more, without admitting it.
Whatever you think, or want, one or the other is going to be president. Period. One of them is going to be nominating 3 Justices to the Supreme Court. Climb on any high horse you like, but the bottom line is, whichever candidate wins, whoever voted for anyone other than the other "real" candidate, will have contributed to their victory, and to the Supreme Court makeup that results. It's that simple.
Good article. Caveat that the analysis applies to the modern era (1968 forward) only.
Also, the Major shares stat is cumulative based on past performance not on recent season form like strokes gained. Based on his demonstrated talent level during the season and Jack's likely decline (relative to his peak years), I expect Watson's upset wasn't as great as this other article of theirs argues: http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/jordan-spieths-collapse-also-required-a-great-comeback/
I don't care which issues Trump or Hillary claim to support, neither of them have enough character to tell the truth - much less be President. And it's not like that bar has been set very high.
Character matters to some of us.
I can't wait for one of my Trump-supporting friends to blame me for handing the White House to Hillary (by voting 3rd party). The deal was sealed months ago when that nut-job became the republican nominee.