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My analysis of Electoral College 2016, Hillary gets over 270. What's yours?

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posted on Jul, 27 2016 @ 10:02 AM
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I think the final electoral votes are going to be a real nail-biter.....with the winning candidate barely getting the required votes.
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posted on Jul, 27 2016 @ 11:01 PM
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originally posted by: Gazrok
I think the final electoral votes are going to be a real nail-biter.....with the winning candidate barely getting the required votes.


Assuming for a moment that I am wrong: do you think the popular vote could be as close as it was in 1960 when Kennedy narrowly defeated Nixon?
Some Key states could come down to a very slim margin. Do you think instead of a close result in the public vote , states will be won outright with the winner squeaking home in the Electoral College ?
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posted on Jul, 27 2016 @ 11:35 PM
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I've been using 270toWin.com and their electoral map that you can manipulate.

However, that website is biased, and you cannot trust their baseline map as it exists right now. Instead, you have to look at the latest polls on RealClearPolitics. Make sure you use the latest polls for any given state; and watch out for polls by NBC or (DDD), which is the Democrat Demographics people---the DNC.

Go ahead; try it.

Did anyone else notice that Trump actually leads the current Oregon poll??? No pundit believes it will happen, but he has held onto Oregon for over a month now. Not that it matters much electorially; but if he can carry the liberal pacific northwest....

My calculation is that as of right now, Trump would win, with between 283 and 296 electoral votes.



 
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