election polls 2020 usa, US Election Results 2020 LIVE Updates, The US Election 2020, US voters

election polls 2020 usa, US Election Results 2020 LIVE Updates, The US Election 2020, US voters

 

Election polls 2020 USA : Joe Biden ahead of Donald Trump as count continues

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election polls 2020 usaUS Election Results 2020 LIVE Updates: The US Election 2020 … US voters – This table give details of an estimate for the amount of votes that are yet to be counted in each state where the winner is not yet known, and the amount of votes dividing the current leading candidate from the second-placed party (the margin). As joined together the two things decided how much scope there is for the positions to change in the final count.

 

 

State Votes left to count (est.) Current margin Current leader
% votes
Georgia 1% <50,000 917 Biden
Pennsylvania 3% <200,000 18,042 Trump
North Carolina 6% <350,000 76,701 Trump
Nevada 16% <250,000 11,438 Biden
Alaska 50% <200,000 54,610 Trump

 

Georgia

16 electoral college votes
Polls closed 2 days ago
Est. vote count 99%
Candidate Votes Percent

Joe Biden

2,449,371 49.4%

Donald Trump

2,448,454 49.4%

Jo Jorgensen

61,380 1.2%

what is the purpose

Long a Republican stronghold, southern Georgia has recently become more of a battleground state due to its growing black electorate. In the 2018 governor’s election, Republican Brian Kemp defeated Democrat Stacey Abrams by just 1.4 percentage points.

 

Pennsylvania

20 electoral college votes
Polls closed 2 days ago
Est. vote count 97%
Candidate Votes Percent

Donald Trump

3,285,965 49.6%

Joe Biden

3,267,923 49.3%

Jo Jorgensen

76,135 1.1%

what is the purpose

Pennsylvania was one of the largest states to swing to Trump in the 2016 election. He won the state by a margin of just 0.7 percentage points, turning it Republican for the first time since 1992.

 

North Carolina

15 electoral college votes
Polls closed 2 days ago
Est. vote count 94%
Candidate Votes Percent

Donald Trump

2,732,084 50.1%

Joe Biden

2,655,383 48.7%

Jo Jorgensen

47,215 0.9%

what is the purpose

Historically Republican-leaning, North Carolina has become increasingly competitive in recent years. The state’s recent voting patterns mirror a national trend towards more polarisation, with cities swinging further towards the Democrats and rural areas towards the Republicans.

 

Nevada

6 electoral college votes
Polls closed 2 days ago
Est. vote count 84%
Candidate Votes Percent

Joe Biden

604,251 49.4%

Donald Trump

592,813 48.5%

Jo Jorgensen

11,647 1%

what is the purpose

Nevada’s population has grown rapidly in the past two decades, as has the share of Latino, Black and Asian American voters in the state. In 2016, Hillary Clinton won Nevada by a margin of 2.4 percentage points.

 

Florida

29 electoral college votes
Winner called 2 days ago
Est. vote count 99%
Candidate Votes Percent
Donald Trump 5,658,690 51.2%

Joe Biden

5,284,377 47.9%

Jo Jorgensen

70,043 0.6%

what is the purpose

Florida has voted with the eventual winner in all but one presidential election since 1964. It is also the swing state with the largest population and the most electoral college votes.

 

Michigan

16 electoral college votes
Winner called a day ago
Est. vote count 99%
Candidate Votes Percent
Joe Biden 2,791,549 50.6%

Donald Trump

2,646,423 47.9%

Jo Jorgensen

60,343 1.1%

what is the purpose

Trump won Michigan by just 0.2 percentage points in 2016 – the narrowest margin of any state. In the six elections prior, the state consistently voted Democratic.

 

Wisconsin

10 electoral college votes
Winner called 2 days ago
Est. vote count 99%
Candidate Votes Percent
Joe Biden 1,630,542 49.6%

Donald Trump

1,609,734 48.9%

Jo Jorgensen

38,414 1.2%

what is the purpose

Wisconsin sided with the Democratic candidate in all presidential elections from 1988 through 2012, although sometimes by very narrow margins. In 2016, Trump managed to flip the state despite his underdog status in the polls.

 

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Ohio

18 electoral college votes
Winner called 2 days ago
Est. vote count 96%
Candidate Votes Percent
Donald Trump 3,074,418 53.4%

Joe Biden

2,603,731 45.2%

Jo Jorgensen

65,069 1.1%

what is the purpose

Ohio is one of the largest swing states in the Midwest, and it has sided with the eventual election winner for decades. Trump won the state by a margin of over eight points in 2016.

 

Arizona

11 electoral college votes
Winner called 2 days ago
Est. vote count 90%
Candidate Votes Percent
Joe Biden 1,528,319 50.1%

Donald Trump

1,482,062 48.5%

Jo Jorgensen

42,753 1.4%

what is the purpose

Arizona last voted Democratic for President in 1996, but the state has become increasingly competitive as the Hispanic share of the electorate has grown. The Democrats managed to gain a number of seats in the 2018 midterms here.

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