Cook Report

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The Cook Report, whose full name is the The Cook Political Report, is the leading nonpartisan resource on likely election outcomes, redistricting, control of the House or U.S. Senate, and other future-looking political developments.

Charlie Cook founded it in 1984 after working as a staffer on Capitol Hill.

Accuracy

A detailed analysis of the ratings given by the Cook Report on election outcomes found that nearly 100% of the "Solid" category was correct, 95% of the "Likely" category proved right, and 85.7% of the "Lean" category became true. As to the "Toss Up" category, indeed about 49%-55% of of them were retained by the incumbent party.[1]

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