Trump v Clinton Electoral Map

US General Elections: Battle for White House

Electoral Map Release No.1

(Geek God Review electoral map generated with the help of 270towin. We cross-referenced available polls and election data to come up with our electoral map,  with studies of 2008 and 2010 electoral results; Obama-McCain and Obama-Romney)


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Clinton gets 199 electoral votes against 164 of Trump with 61 electoral votes leaning for Clinton, 56 to Trump and 58 from 5 battle ground states of Ohio, Colorado, North Carolina, Iowa and Wisconsin.

 Trump needs to clinch the 56 electoral votes leaning to him and win 86.20% of the battle ground states.

reps states

Clinton needs to clinch the 61 electoral votes leaning to her and win 17.24% of the battle ground states.

Dems states

Clinton just needs 9 electoral votes (with 199 electoral votes plus 61 leaning to her side) to tie the elections with Trump needing 49 electoral votes (with 164 electoral votes plus 56 leaning to his side)

tie states

Best Scenario for Republicans:

Trump winning the 164 electoral votes plus 56 leaning to his side, getting 70% of the battle ground states and 30% of those states leaning to Clinton.

TOTAL ELECTORAL VOTES: 280 (against 259 of Clinton; 21 electoral votes difference)

Best Scenario for Democrats:

Clinton winning the 199 electoral votes plus 61 leaning to her side, getting 70% of the battle ground states and 30% of those states leaning to Trump.

TOTAL ELECTORAL VOTES: 317 (against 220 of Trump; 97 electoral votes difference)

(Next map will be released after the June 7 Democratic and Republican Primaries).

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