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You can see all twelve maps together at their site.
But we decided to separate them, and see what each of the map authors had to say. The first is from the Rothenberg and Gonzales Ratings.
Indeed, give Trump ALL of the 84 electoral votes in our Tossup column, and he falls short of it gets him to So his best — and maybe only — path is picking up one of Michigan where Clinton has led in every public poll since AugustPennsylvania where another recent poll had her up double digitsor Wisconsin.
The Marquette Law poll, the gold standard of Wisconsin polling, comes out with a poll this afternoon. Next is the NBC map. It shows just how close this election has become. As you can see, they use boxes to illustrate the states, and how much impact each has in the Electoral College. Clinton is running ads in Texas, and surrogates are in Arizona.
Missouri and Indiana have competitive Senate races, where Democrats are faring well. Will Clinton win Texas? But it is looking like it could be within 10 points for the first time in 20 years. Minnesota has been within 6 points in decent polls, and Obama won it by only 7.
Will Trump win Minnesota? Like Texas for Democrats, probably not. But the margin is worth keeping an eye on. National polling was the first to tighten — the WaPo-ABC Tracking Poll showed the Democratic presidential candidate up three points on Friday — but swing-state polling has followed suit.
CNN, as of Friday morning, even had Clinton below electoral votes for the first time in a long time. The last two polls in the state have shown Trumpup five points, and the RealClearPolitics polling average gives the Republican nominee a 3.
Since we last handicapped the Electoral College on Oct. Currently, we project that Clinton has electoral votes leaning her way, while Trump has Another 79 electoral votes are currently in the tossup category. And finally, we have ABC News. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is maintaining a decided advantage in the Electoral College this November, strengthening her grip around states tipping her way while forcing Republican nominee Donald Trump to defend a handful of typical GOP strongholds.
But a narrow path still exists for Trump. Toss-ups in North Carolina and Florida — as well as optimism that states like Pennsylvania and Michigan might tip back into play — leave supporters hopeful.Polls. Year. State ← Select All. Type Select one or more years, states and race types, then click "Apply Filter" to see results.
Quick Poll/Map Links. Find Any Poll Electoral Votes. *A state or county must have at least 10 percent of precincts reporting for a candidate to be considered leading. † Nebraska and Maine award a portion of their electoral votes by congressional. After a nearly two-year campaign — kicked off in December by Jeb Bush (remember him?) — we’ve come to it at last.
Election Day is less than 24 hours away. And we know why you’re here: You just want the picks. So let’s cut to the chase.
Table 1 shows our final selections for the. Nov 08, · The estimates on this page are based on pre-election polls. For an estimate including results, The Times is providing live forecasts on election night.
In each map, analysts predict that Clinton will wins the election but the paths to victory vary. Election Prediction. See the Fox News battleground prediction map and make your own electoral vote projections. After a nearly two-year campaign — kicked off in December by Jeb Bush (remember him?) — we’ve come to it at last. Election Day is less than 24 hours away. And we know why you’re here: You just want the picks. So let’s cut to the chase. Table 1 shows our final selections for the.
In this tightening race, Trump’s Electoral College map is still daunting: Even if he runs the table in Florida, North Carolina, and Ohio, he’s still short of electoral votes. It’s always being said that demographics are destiny.
But which demographics? Democrats learned painfully in the meaning of that question, when Donald Trump upended the electoral map by.