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  • adj. predicted to be smaller than reality


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  • He adds that the FHA's past models "substantially underpredicted default risk," worries about the solvency of FHA borrowers with less than a 5% down payment "in an economic environment of flat to declining house prices and persistently high unemployment," and wonders how many borrowers used the Obama Administration's first-time homeowner tax credit for their down payment.

    What Housing Risk?

  • Yeah, but he's underpredicted a bunch of other primaries.

    Obama Wins Guam By A Hair, Even Delegate Split Likely

  • And, certainly, we saw, during the primary cases in New Hampshire -- and there's actually one study that said that polling either underpredicted Obama or Clinton in 18 of the primary races.

    CNN Transcript Oct 9, 2008

  • In the fall, scientists pointed out that the Energy Department had underpredicted by a factor of four just how far radiation could spread in an accident.

    The Seattle Times

  • But they said their model was much more accurate in predicting actual growth in the first three quarters of the recovery than Blue Chip forecasters, who underpredicted the pace by more than one percentage point.

    The Economic Times

  • Potentially, the model could have underpredicted for a time.

    Reuters: Top News

  • And consider also that the generic-ballot question has underpredicted actual Republican performance in five of the last six House elections.

    NPR Topics: News

  • When predicting expenditure for groups based on expenditure quintiles, all models underpredicted the highest expenditure group and overpredicted the four other groups.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • It is plausible that the Bureau’s methodology has built-in assumptions about continuation of past trends, so that the amount of rapid growth in some occupations may be underpredicted a fact recognized by the Bureau of Labor Statistics analysts in their evaluations of past predictions.

    The Population of the United States

  • "optimistic" EUR curve estimated growth of only 0. 7bcf.day - which says it underpredicted actual incremental production by 0. 5bcf/day or 70%.

    Energy Bulletin -


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