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You can click '2016 Polls' or '2020 Results' just below this to toggle them on/off for a clearer view. In swing states, the chances of either candidate winning have changed rather dramatically over the past three weeks in which a Supreme Court justice and American icon passed away and Trump announced that he and a significant number of White House staff had contracted COVID-19 after holding large, indoor rallies.

More blue bars means the country has swung more Democratic, more red bars means it's more Republican. A simple, straighforward, electoral college based 2020 Presedential Election projection model and polling aggregator. This version of the model assumes every state has the same polling error (polls on election day vs actual result) as it did in 2016.

Any review of the various 2020 Electoral College combinations should begin with Florida, a state key to all presidential fortunes since the 2000 presidential election. Trace the path from either end to see which state could put one candidate over the top. There are 78 votes up for grabs in states that lean toward Biden and 52 in states that lean toward Trump. Bigger segments mean more Electoral College votes., — Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 7, 2020, Trump Embarrasses Himself During W.H.

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Trump is only polling ahead in 1 battleground state, Watch the country's first firefighting robot in action, Mindfulness expert leads Cooper through guided meditation, This fourth-grader doesn't have WiFi at home. He's trailing not just in battlegrounds but, according to private GOP surveys, he's repelling independents to the point where Biden has drawn closer red states like Montana, Kansas and Missouri. Could this be the cure to our plastic problem?

Surprisingly, even some of the “lean GOP” states these days are states where Republicans have had a stronghold for years. To put the map into perspective, if all the states where Trump has a solid lead go to him in 2020, he’ll have 111 electoral college votes and will need another 159 electoral college votes from swing states.

If I'm reading this 2030 projection correctly, I'm seeing just 7 electoral votes reassigned over a span of 2 censuses, an average of just 3.5, and over 5 censuses to 2060 only 19 seats reassigned, an average of 3.8 per census. Apply the same to Biden and he has 212 electoral college votes, so he will need 58 electoral college votes from swing states to reach 270. This is how the electoral map of the United States will change by 2030 and 2060 according to population projections. The bar/arrow will be blue if it's now more Democratic or red it it's more Republican. Mr Obama won the state in 2012 and …, — Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 10, 2020. Wisconsin, Nebraska’s 2nd district, and Arizona have all been considered a toss-up, likely to go either way, but now lean Democrat.

A super simple, state poll based projection model for the 2020 Presidential election. Biden, on the other hand, only needs 58 votes from the states leaning his way today. The president won in Florida in 2016, grabbing a sizable 29 Electoral College votes, the nation’s largest swing state. Or check out our state specific IG accounts. Texas, who hasn’t elected a Democrat since 1976 following Richard Nixon’s Watergate scandal, is within the margin of error between Trump and Biden.

Needless to say, I'm quite skeptical of the data here. In 2020, it is most important to look at the polls in individual states rather than national polling averages, and a new NPR electoral map allows for just that. Apply the same to Biden and he has 212 electoral college votes, so he will need 58 electoral college votes from swing states to reach 270. The smaller, lighter lines are the 2016 polling/results. I'm not going to air it, 'SNL' mocks the Trump and Biden town halls, Bruce Willis reprises iconic role for commercial, Biden's town hall beats Trump's in TV ratings, Watch Steph Curry give Bill Gates a job interview, Disneyland fights to reopen despite pushback from governor. 65 votes are in toss-up states. We focus on what those projections imply for the presidential elections between 2020 and 2036 under different assumptions about future turnout … Although polls in 2016 weren’t far off the mark – Clinton was expected to win the popular vote by around 3.2 percentage points and she won by 2.9 – those reading the polls today are more savvy as to what they mean.

Here we see how each state currently compares to 2016 (both the 2016 polling and results). So he walks to school, Rescued roadside kitten is family's saving grace, Trump falsely claims best economy in history in '60 Minutes' interview, Dr. Besser: Only way response works is when you have unity of message, Watch this production car break world speed record, Here's what you need to know about the iPhone 12. The bar and arrow between them shows how the numbers have swung. With Joe Biden holding his lead over President Trump in most battleground state polls, CNN's John King breaks down the latest Electoral College projections and compares it …

If Trump were to win Florida again, Democrats would need to recapture three Midwestern states in the Rust Belt — or find substitutes — to win the presidency. The same is true of Kansas and Arizona, neither of whom have went blue in any recent election.

Trump will have to win all of the states where he has a solid lead, all of the states leaning Republican, and an additional 46 electoral college votes in toss-up states.

Joe Biden's current lead in the RCP average of polls is the biggest general-election lead of any race this century. Nebraska’s 1st district, Missouri, and Alaska were all likely to go Trump’s way, now they are less likely to according to polls. 65 votes are in toss-up states.

Re: Electoral Map in 2040-2050 « Reply #16 on: April 09, 2013, 02:14:31 pm » Alright, this is my take at the 2040 election (under the 2030 census-based apportionment of EVs).

New polls show Trump's support is collapsing nationally. CNN's John King breaks down the latest Electoral College projections three weeks away from the 2020 election as Joe Biden holds a double-digit lead in national polling average. JUST IN: Donald Trump Took $150,000 In Federal Relief Aid Meant... ‘The View’ Co-Host Joy Behar Goes NUCLEAR On Donald Trump Accusing... Trump Loses Control During Sexist Tirade: Says Hillary Will Let Muslims... Do Not Sell My Personal Information (CCPA). The thick line the arrows are pointing to marks the current 2020 polling. There are 78 votes up for grabs in states that lean toward Biden and 52 in states that lean toward Trump.

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