"At 28–his sobriquet, bestowed by colleagues, is “Whiz Kid”–Enten has emerged as one of the stars of FiveThirtyEight’s political coverage, drawing attention both for his sharp analysis and his unique personality. He is the sort of journalist whose facility for interpreting polling data, combining it with demographics and historical precedents, and communicating his conclusions precisely and accessibly inspires envy in slower-moving, more numerically-challenged thinkers. He is also the sort of person who will arrange to be interviewed in a diner, only to inform you that he prefers to ingest his meal supine. He will have his food packed at the end of your conversation, to be consumed later in bed." You can read the entire article here.