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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.

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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.


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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 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)

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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.


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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)

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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.



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


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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 2:45 am 
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New Hampshire shifts to Trump

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

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 284 electoral votes (-4 since yesterday)
Trump - 207 electoral votes (+4 since yesterday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18)

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 (65) (+20 since yesterday)
Barely Dem (29) (-24 since yesterday)
Exactly tied (47)
Barely GOP (23)
Likely GOP (81) (+4 since yesterday)
Strong GOP (103)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), Nevada (6), New Hampshire (4)

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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.


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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 5:24 am 
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Was the last poll taken after HC's speech ?
If so, it's not too encouraging for the Dems.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:07 am 
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Mij wrote:
Was the last poll taken after HC's speech ?
If so, it's not too encouraging for the Dems.
No. The most recent New Hampshire shift is based on factoring in the following poll:

State Clinton Trump Start - End - Pollster
NH ….39% - 48% - Jul 19 - Jul 21 - Inside Sources

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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Mr. Nice Guy wrote:
FINAL NOTE TO LM: Well, you got what you wanted. I've put you on ignore due to your recent juvinile trolling of me. You're now third on my list. I don't understand why you're doing it.

darn it.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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Mr. Nice Guy wrote:
FINAL NOTE TO LM: Well, you got what you wanted. I've put you on ignore due to your recent juvinile trolling of me. You're now third on my list. I don't understand why you're doing it.

I guess one day we'll have two sides ignoring each other. A two-part Forum.
Imagine JPFuck posting only for Pedro and the likes.
No one to call asshole, dick, etc..., cause his "victms" will have put him on their ignore list.
(for my part, I'll wait a bit more. I'm entertained by idiots (and JPFuck is THE king in that matter).
I just banned DB cause he's really below idiot. I don't even have a word for it.
But I guess I'll come to the same conclusion. Better let 'em discuss between themselves)

If each side ban the other side, there would be a solid benefit for our side: an intelligent conversation without resorting to verbal violence, more fitted to the school bully than to an educated adult.

Maybe this forum needs a moderator ?

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 3:04 am 
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Virginia flips to Trump; Nevada flips to Clinton

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

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 277 electoral votes (-7 since Friday)
Trump - 214 electoral votes (+7 since Friday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats (Pickups since 2014: Illinois, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin)
GOP - 52 seats (Pickups since 2014: Nevada)

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

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (65)
Barely Dem (22) (-7 since Friday)
Exactly tied (47)
Barely GOP (52) (+29 since Friday)
Likely GOP (69) (-12 since Friday)
Strong GOP (93) (-10 since Friday)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), New Hampshire (4), Virginia (13)

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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.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 3:41 am 
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Arizona flips to Clinton

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

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 288 electoral votes (+11 since yesterday)
Trump - 203 electoral votes (-11 since yesterday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Illinois, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin)
GOP - 52 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Nevada)

House of Representatives
Dem - (awaiting additional polling)
GOP - (awaiting additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (65)
Barely Dem (33) (+11 since yesterday)
Exactly tied (47)
Barely GOP (41) (-11 since yesterday)
Likely GOP (69)
Strong GOP (93)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - Arizona (11), North Carolina (15)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), New Hampshire (4), Virginia (13)

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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.


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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 4:10 am 
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North Carolina flips to Trump

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

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 273 electoral votes (-15 since yesterday)
Trump - 218 electoral votes (+15 since yesterday)
Ties ---- 47 electoral votes (Florida-29, Ohio-18)

Senate
Dem - 48 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Illinois, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin)
GOP - 52 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Nevada)

House of Representatives
Dem - (awaiting additional polling)
GOP - (awaiting additional polling)

Strong Dem (190)
Likely Dem (50) (-15 since yesterday)
Barely Dem (33)
Exactly tied (47)
Barely GOP (56) (+15 since yesterday)
Likely GOP (69)
Strong GOP (93)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - Arizona (11)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), New Hampshire (4), Virginia (13)

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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.

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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
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 Post subject: Re: Electoral Vote 2016
PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2016 3:36 am 
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New Hampshire flips back to Clinton; Florida shifts from tied to Clinton

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

President (270 electoral votes needed to win)
Clinton - 306 electoral votes (+33 since yesterday)
Trump - 214 electoral votes (+4 since yesterday)
Ties ---- 18 electoral votes (Ohio-18) (-29 since yesterday)

Senate
Dem - 49 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Illinois, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin)
GOP - 51 seats (Pickups vs. 2014: Nevada)

House of Representatives
Dem - (awaiting additional polling)
GOP - (awaiting additional polling)

Strong Dem (194) (+4 since yesterday)
Likely Dem (66) (+16 since yesterday)
Barely Dem (46) (+13 since yesterday)
Exactly tied (18) (-29 since yesterday)
Barely GOP (56)
Likely GOP (65) (-4 since yesterday)
Strong GOP (93)

Dem pickups vs. 2012 - Arizona (11)
GOP pickups vs. 2012 - Iowa (6), Virginia (13)

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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.

…and my own personal pet troll will appear in 5…4…3…2…1...

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