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2016 Presidential Election Interactive Map


Interactive map for do-it-yourself projections of the electoral college results in the presidential election. Includes results of prior elections and each state's voting ...

RCP Electoral Map - RealClearPolitics


270 Electoral Votes Needed To Win (Create Your Own Map) ... Date, State, Previous Status, New Status, RCP Electoral Count, RCP National Avg.



Track the election with a red/blue map of the US updated daily using the latest ... that Quinnipiac University and Marist College have acquired over the years.

2016 Electoral Map (Interactive) - CNN.com


donald trump says he wants to redraw the political map to take the white house. pick a map — based on CNN's, the 2008 or 2012 election results or start from ...

Today's Electoral College Map - Princeton Election Consortium


Today's Electoral College Map. This map provides a state-by-state overview of the current polling. States for which we are currently at least 95% confident in the  ...

2016 Election Forecast | FiveThirtyEight


It's all about the 538 Electoral College votes. Here's a map of the country, with each state sized by its number of electoral votes and shaded by the leading ...

Electoral College


The map features an electoral college calculator which includes historical data going back to the 1964 election.

C-SPAN's 2016 Electoral College Map Poster - C-SPAN Classroom


C-SPAN Classroom is delighted to offer our new 2016 Electoral College Map poster – FREE and available only to C-SPAN Classroom Members. This colorful  ...

Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball » HANGING TOUGH


Aug 4, 2016 ... Why we've made only minor changes to our Electoral College ratings since March. Larry J. ... Map 1: 2016 Crystal Ball Electoral College ratings ...

Is Donald Trump Permanently Destroying the Electoral College Map ...


1 day ago ... For pollsters and punditry map-drawers alike, it begs the question if the 2016 election is a political peculiarity or the start of a longterm shift in ...

Electoral College
The Electoral College chooses the president and vice president of the United States. Each state has a number of electors equal to the total number of the state's Senators and Representatives. States vary in how their electoral votes are assigned following the general election. To win the presidency, a candidate must have a majority in the electoral college.