Analysis on Numbers
In an article published in the Pioneer Press, the reporter writes about the shrinking difference in votes between Sen. Norm Coleman and his opponent Al Franken. The reporter notes that Coleman has just a 221-vote advantage of the 2.9 million ballots cast in the Senate race. It's easy to read and the numbers are laid out in a non-confusing way. Someone reading this article who isn't quick with numbers would be able to still interpret the percentages and figures accurately. I would have probably written this article in a similar fashion as far as explaining the various statistics and polls.