Nate Silver, the statistician, correctly predicted the outcome of all 50 states in the 2012 US presidential election.
Did he use Maths or did he read the minds of the 'Powers-That-Be'?
The 'Powers-That-Be' had decided that Obama was to be re-elected.
They arranged that the Republicans would choose as their candidate an 'unelectable' Mormon who would make a number of gaffes.
They got the media to present Obama as the 'good guy'.
Much of the US population was successfully brainwashed.
Although it should be noted that less than half the electorate turned out to vote; the majority wanted neither Obama nor the Mormon.
Something similar is happening in Scotland.
Nate Silver is predicting that Scotland will vote against 'independence' in September 2014.
Scottish independence: No chance for Yes - Silver
Nate Silver says all the indicators point towards Scots voting to stay in the UK on 18 September 2014.
The 'Powers-That-Be' do not want an independent Scotland.
The media has presented Alex Salmond of the Scottish National Party as the 'bad guy'.
Ask the average Scot what they think about Alex Salmond and they will tell you that Alex Salmond is the 'bad guy'.
According to Nate Silver, "The No side is even more dominant with the younger voters."
This is because the younger voters are the most easy to brainwash.
John Curtice, Professor of Politics at Strathclyde University, says:
"If the price of oil doubles, if we find another large enormous amount of oil in the North Sea, somebody might indeed demonstrate that wave power is economically viable or there is enormous run on sterling, a serious UK fiscal crisis repeated, then maybe Scotland will vote Yes."
The evidence is overwhelming that Scotland will be happier and more wealthy if it is independent.
But, the brainwashing by the 'Powers-That-Be' is very clever and very successful.
In the USA and in Scotland you can get voters to vote to stay unhappy and poor.