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Old 10-16-2016, 07:12 AM
 
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Alabama- Trump
Alaska- 50/50 chance Johnson/Weld
Arizona- Clinton
Arkansas- Clinton
California- Clinton
Colorado- Clinton
Connecticut- Watch this State!!! (35% Hillary, 32% Trump, 28% Johnson, 5% 3rd Parties)
Delaware- Trump
Florida- Clinton
Georgia- Trump
Hawaii- Trump
Idaho- Trump
Illinois- Clinton
Indiana- Clinton
Iowa- Clinton
Kansas- Trump
Kentucky- Trump
Louisiana- Trump
Maine- 50/50 can go to Johnson, but see Trump taking Maine.
Maryland- Clinton
Massachusetts- Clinton
Michigan- Clinton
Minnesota- Trump
Mississippi- Trump
Missouri- Trump
Montana- Trump
Nebraska- Trump
Nevada- Clinton
New Hampshire- Trump, but 50/50 chance Johnson could win this State.
New Jersey- Clinton
New Mexico- Johnson
New York- Trump
North Carolina- Trump
North Dakota- Trump
Ohio- Trump
Oklahoma- Trump
Oregon- Clinton
Pennsylvania- Trump
Rhode Island- Clinton
South Carolina- Trump
South Dakota- Trump
Tennessee- Trump
Texas- 35% Johnson, 10% McMullin, 15% Clinton, and 40% Trump
Utah- McMullin
Vermont- Stein
Virginia- Clinton
Washington- Clinton
West Virginia- Trump
Wisconsin- Trump
Wyoming- Trump

Think it will really look like this:
http://www.270towin.com/maps/r7kV4 Could go either way with Arkansas and Maine. Think the EV though will be in reality 269 and 269 (Trump and Clinton).

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Old 10-17-2016, 03:52 AM
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Actually, there was a later poll than that in New Mexico. It has Johnson now at 14% compared to Clinton's 46%.
New Mexico- Johnson
So you're saying that Johnson will somehow double his support within three weeks, and actually do more, since voting in New Mexico started almost a full week ago, he's already falling behind.
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Old 10-17-2016, 07:01 AM
 
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I don't trust those polls.
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Old 10-17-2016, 07:02 AM
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Instead you trust that because you prefer something that everyone else therefore must?
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Old 10-18-2016, 08:50 AM
 
Location: North Attleboro, MA
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Alabama- Trump
Alaska- 50/50 chance Johnson/Weld
Arizona- Clinton
Arkansas- Clinton
California- Clinton
Colorado- Clinton
Connecticut- Watch this State!!! (35% Hillary, 32% Trump, 28% Johnson, 5% 3rd Parties)
Delaware- Trump
Florida- Clinton
Georgia- Trump
Hawaii- Trump
Idaho- Trump
Illinois- Clinton
Indiana- Clinton
Iowa- Clinton
Kansas- Trump
Kentucky- Trump
Louisiana- Trump
Maine- 50/50 can go to Johnson, but see Trump taking Maine.
Maryland- Clinton
Massachusetts- Clinton
Michigan- Clinton
Minnesota- Trump
Mississippi- Trump
Missouri- Trump
Montana- Trump
Nebraska- Trump
Nevada- Clinton
New Hampshire- Trump, but 50/50 chance Johnson could win this State.
New Jersey- Clinton
New Mexico- Johnson
New York- Trump
North Carolina- Trump
North Dakota- Trump
Ohio- Trump
Oklahoma- Trump
Oregon- Clinton
Pennsylvania- Trump
Rhode Island- Clinton
South Carolina- Trump
South Dakota- Trump
Tennessee- Trump
Texas- 35% Johnson, 10% McMullin, 15% Clinton, and 40% Trump
Utah- McMullin
Vermont- Stein
Virginia- Clinton
Washington- Clinton
West Virginia- Trump
Wisconsin- Trump
Wyoming- Trump

Think it will really look like this:
2016 Presidential Election Interactive Map Could go either way with Arkansas and Maine. Think the EV though will be in reality 269 and 269 (Trump and Clinton).
NY for Trump? Please get serious. At no time was Donald ever within reach of winning NY. Now if upstate NY were its own state, he would absolutely carry it. But as goes NYC, so goes the state. Delaware for Trump? Lol no. DE is one of the bluest states in the country, the DMV is a slightly warmer New England. Indiana will not go for Clinton, it is one of the nation's reddest states and Mike Pence is governor there. Pennsylvania will vote Hillary, thanks to the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh suburbs. Stein carrying Vermont is possible, but I think it's more likely Bernie carries it on a write-in vote. I can see Johnson carrying independent/libertarian-minded New Hampshire and maybe Colorado.
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