Nate Silver Check-In on Election Eve

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A volunteer prepares to hand out stickers to voters at an early polling station in Towson, Md., Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.

Nate Silver, founder and editor-in-chief of ESPN's FiveThirtyEight, discusses the state of the presidential race with one day before voters head to the polls. According to the latest analysis, Silver tells us that there are three times more undecided voters this election compared to 2012, which means that although polls favor Hillary Clinton, both candidates need their voters to come out or they won't have enough votes.

"It reminds me of the polls before Brexit," says Silver. "People didn't want to comprehend information that made them uncomfortable."