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The Politicus Presidential Projection Map For November 3, 2016 – PoliticusUSA

During election times, Americans tend to like to keep track of where the presidential candidates stand among the voters. If you are like most Americans then you want to see who might lead our country for at least the next four years. Here you can see the projection maps for the best and most likely scenarios for each of the candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Key Takeaways:

  • A Clinton win in North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, or a combination of Nevada and Wisconsin are the easiest and most direct ways over the top for the Democratic nominee.
  • Even if Trump wins Florida, New Hampshire, Ohio, Iowa, Utah, and Arizona, he will still lose the election to Hillary Clinton 290-247.
  • The most likely outcome map features Clinton finishing with 323 electoral college votes as Trump wins Ohio and Iowa, while Clinton takes Florida and North Carolina.

“The most likely outcome map features Clinton finishing with 323 electoral college votes as Trump wins Ohio and Iowa, while Clinton takes Florida and North Carolina. Clinton can lose Florida and still win the election. If Trump loses Florida and North Carolina without picking up either Pennsylvania or Michigan and Wisconsin, it’s likely lights out for the GOP nominee.”

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