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 Post subject: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:45 am 
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Daily updated based on an aggregate of state by state polls… 8)

Today's stats: (if the election were held today)

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 312 electoral votes
Trump - 197 electoral votes
Ties ---- 29 electoral votes (Florida)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats
GOP - 52 seats

House of Representatives
Dem - (waiting for additional polling)
GOP - (waiting for additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (45)
Barely Dem (77)
Exactly tied (29)
Barely GOP (23)
Likely GOP (71)
Strong GOP (103)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6)

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The saturated colors mean the candidate is leading by at least 10% and is virtually certain of carrying the state.
The lighter colors indicate a lead of 5-9%, which is outside the margin of error, but in politics a week is a long time.
The states with a white center are statistical ties.
States that are entirely white are exact ties.

http://www.electoral-vote.com


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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 4:47 am 
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oh cool, another political thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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oh cool, another political thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 3:48 am 
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Nevada and Ohio shift to Trump

Today's stats: (if the election were held today)

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 288 electoral votes (-24 since yesterday)
Trump - 221 electoral votes (+24 since yesterday)
Ties ---- 29 electoral votes (Florida)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats
GOP - 52 seats

House of Representatives
Dem - (waiting for additional polling)
GOP - (waiting for additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (45)
Barely Dem (53) (-24 since yesterday)
Exactly tied (29)
Barely GOP (41) (+18 since yesterday)
Likely GOP (77) (+6 since yesterday)
Strong GOP (103)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), Nevada (6), Ohio (18)

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The saturated colors mean the candidate is leading by at least 10% and is virtually certain of carrying the state.
The lighter colors indicate a lead of 5-9%, which is outside the margin of error, but in politics a week is a long time.
The states with a white center are statistical ties.
States that are entirely white are exact ties.


Last edited by Mr. Nice Guy on Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:39 am, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Tue Jul 26, 2016 4:01 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:36 am 
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Ohio shifts from Trump to a tie

Today's stats: (if the election were held today)

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 288 electoral votes
Trump - 203 electoral votes (-18 since Tuesday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18) (+18 since Tuesday)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats
GOP - 52 seats

House of Representatives
Dem - (waiting for additional polling)
GOP - (waiting for additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (45)
Barely Dem (53)
Exactly tied (47) (+18 since Tuesday)
Barely GOP (23) (-18 since Tuesday)
Likely GOP (77)
Strong GOP (103)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), Nevada (6)

Image

The saturated colors mean the candidate is leading by at least 10% and is virtually certain of carrying the state.
The lighter colors indicate a lead of 5-9%, which is outside the margin of error, but in politics a week is a long time.
The states with a white center are statistical ties.
States that are entirely white are exact ties.


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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2016 8:56 am 
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Mr. Nice Guy wrote:
Ohio shifts from Trump to a tie

Today's stats: (if the election were held today)

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 288 electoral votes
Trump - 203 electoral votes (-18 since Tuesday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18) (+18 since Tuesday)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats
GOP - 52 seats

House of Representatives
Dem - (waiting for additional polling)
GOP - (waiting for additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (45)
Barely Dem (53)
Exactly tied (47) (+18 since Tuesday)
Barely GOP (23) (-18 since Tuesday)
Likely GOP (77)
Strong GOP (103)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), Nevada (6)

Image

The saturated colors mean the candidate is leading by at least 10% and is virtually certain of carrying the state.
The lighter colors indicate a lead of 5-9%, which is outside the margin of error, but in politics a week is a long time.
The states with a white center are statistical ties.
States that are entirely white are exact ties.



So much for a Trump post convention bump. :twisted:


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