2016 Electoral College

Clinton vs Paul - National Summary

Most Recent Poll (middate): 2015-08-23 00:00 UTC

Last Poll Update: 2015-08-27 15:15 UTC

Earned EC: Trump 306, Clinton 232

Actual EC: Trump 304, Clinton 227, Powell 3, Kasich 1, Paul 1, Sanders 1, Spotted Eagle 1

Post Mortem Analysis here

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Current Summary

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Paul Best
Expected
Clinton Best

The 'Expected' scenario represents each candiate winning all the states they are ahead in. 'Best' scenarios represent the candidate winning all of the states they are ahead in, plus all of their opponent's 'weak' states.

 

The 'tipping point' state is the state that puts the winning candidate over the top if the states are sorted by margin.

 

State Breakdown by Category

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Solid Clinton

District of Columbia | 3 EV| (((((80.3%)))))

New York |29 EV|      33.2%     

Hawaii | 4 EV| (((((28.1%)))))

Rhode Island | 4 EV| (((((27.6%)))))

Massachusetts |11 EV|  ((((25.2%)))) 

Vermont | 3 EV| (((((25.0%)))))

New Jersey |14 EV|      20.4%     

Connecticut | 7 EV|    ((19.1%))   

Maryland |10 EV|  ((((18.8%)))) 

Maine (CD1) | 1 EV| (((((16.9%)))))

Delaware | 3 EV| (((((15.9%)))))

California |55 EV|  ((((15.6%)))) 

Illinois |20 EV|  ((((14.9%)))) 

Maine (All) | 2 EV|  ((((14.3%)))) 

Washington |12 EV|   (((11.2%)))  

New Mexico | 5 EV|   (((10.5%)))  

Strong Clinton

Maine (CD2) | 1 EV| ((((( 9.8%)))))

Oregon | 7 EV|  (((( 9.0%)))) 

Wisconsin |10 EV|       8.7%     

Florida |29 EV|       8.0%     

Michigan |16 EV|       7.2%     

Minnesota |10 EV|   ((( 6.7%)))  

Nevada | 6 EV|   ((( 6.3%)))  

•  Pennsylvania |20 EV|       6.2%     

Weak Clinton

Ohio |18 EV|       4.6%     

Virginia |13 EV|       4.6%     

New Hampshire | 4 EV|       2.0%     

North Carolina |15 EV|       1.8%     

Iowa | 6 EV|       0.8%     

Weak Paul

Colorado | 9 EV|       2.0%     

Kentucky | 8 EV|       3.4%     

Georgia |16 EV|   ((( 4.3%)))  

Strong Paul

Louisiana | 8 EV|     ( 5.2%)    

Arkansas | 6 EV|     ( 5.7%)    

Arizona |11 EV|   ((( 6.0%)))  

Missouri |10 EV|  (((( 6.4%)))) 

Kansas | 6 EV|       6.8%     

Alaska | 3 EV|       7.4%     

Mississippi | 6 EV|   ((( 9.7%)))  

Solid Paul

Indiana |11 EV| (((((10.2%)))))

Tennessee |11 EV| (((((10.2%)))))

South Carolina | 9 EV|  ((((10.9%)))) 

Montana | 3 EV|      11.6%     

Nebraska (CD2) | 1 EV| (((((12.1%)))))

Texas |38 EV|   (((12.9%)))  

West Virginia | 5 EV|  ((((13.8%)))) 

South Dakota | 3 EV| (((((14.8%)))))

Nebraska (CD1) | 1 EV| (((((17.7%)))))

North Dakota | 3 EV| (((((18.0%)))))

Alabama | 9 EV| (((((18.3%)))))

Nebraska (All) | 2 EV| (((((23.5%)))))

Oklahoma | 7 EV| (((((25.1%)))))

Idaho | 4 EV|  ((((30.8%)))) 

Wyoming | 3 EV|  ((((35.8%)))) 

Utah | 6 EV| (((((36.7%)))))

Nebraska (CD3) | 1 EV| (((((41.8%)))))

 

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Georgia, Missouri, Iowa, Maine (CD2), Arizona,
Indiana, Tennessee, Nevada, Minnesota, Oregon

 

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Weighted Average* of Time Covered by Poll Averages for these candidates is 7.3 years.

*Time covered by poll average in each state weighted by abs(1/margin) in order to give higher weight to closer states.

 

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