Nate Silver Wiki, Gay, Partner, Net Worth, Education
The founder of FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver has been receiving honor worldwide of his endearing portrait and flattering experience. He rose to the prominence when he correctly predicted the results of 49 states out of possible 50 in the presidential election. His steadiness under intellectual report before the election was something to witness.
Nate Silver's website FiveThirtyEight got Webby Awards from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences as the "Best Political Blog." He is also an author, whose creations have been translated into 11 languages which include; Chinese, Finnish, Czech, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Romanian, and Spanish.
Who Is Openly Gay Nate Silver's Dating Partner?
Nate Silver's sexuality has helped him to learn the difference and move to exceed the limits of traditional reporting. He experienced his homosexuality at the tender age of six and felt different than normal men. He believed that;
“If you grow up gay, or in a household that’s agnostic, when most people are religious, then from the get-go, you are saying that there are things that the majority of society believes that I don’t believe.”
Despite being a gay, he had always been a geek that makes him to harder to adjust in the society. He had always felt like something of an outsider. And Even though he had friends, his thinking and thought rarely fits in.
Since he gained stardom, people have been curious to know about his personal life. However, Nate is a guy, who keeps the focus away from his personal life. As of now, he has kept his partner away from the media lenses. Although he, himself doesn't reveal about his love affair, Nate has done a statistical analysis of people failing in a relationship.
How Much Is Nate Silver's Net Worth?
Nate Silver mustered the net worth as being the statistician and writer. According to the record of the PayScale, an estimated salary of the Statistician ranges between $48,145 and $111,875.
He is the founder and EIC of FiveThirtyEight, which is a website that focuses on opinion poll analysis, economics, politics, and sports blogging.
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Nate Silver appears at the CNN Debate show (Photo: finance.yahoo.com)
After completing the graduation with Bachelor degree, Nate went to KPMG at Chicago and started working as a transfer pricing consultant. While working with KPMG, he became a writer at Baseball Prospectus (BP) in 2003. Later, on he took the position of the Executive Vice-President, and then a Managing Partner of BP.
While working for the company, he began analyzing baseball and statistics. Later in April 2004, he quit his job at KPMG and started spending time by playing online poker.
Besides that, he also has co-authored the Baseball Prospectus annual book of Major League Baseball forecasts, Mind Game: How the Boston Red Sox Got Smart; It Ain't Over 'til It's Over: The Baseball Prospectus Pennant Race Book and few more. The Michigan-born statistician has also contributed for ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and The New York Times.
Nate Silver's Wiki
Nate Silver, whose real name is Nathaniel Read Silver, was born to parents, Sally and Brian David Silver on 13 January 1978 in East Lansing, Michigan. Talking about his family, his father is a former chair of the political science department at Michigan State University whereas his mother is a community activist.
Nate went to The University of Chicago where he completed his education with a bachelor's degree in 2000. Since then, he has earned the six honorary doctoral degrees including Ripon College, The New School, The University of Leuven, Amherst College, Georgetown University, Kenyon College, as per the wiki.