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Combining Forecasts for the 2022 French Presidential Election: The PollyVote

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 March 2022

Andreas Graefe*
Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Munich, Germany


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Forecasting the 2022 French Presidential Election
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