What were the swing states for the 2016 presidential election?

What were the swing states for the 2016 presidential election?

According to a pre-election 2016 analysis, the thirteen most competitive states were Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Arizona, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, Colorado, North Carolina, and Maine. Nebraska’s 2nd congressional district is also considered competitive.

Is California a battleground state?

Beginning with the 1952 presidential election California became a Republican leaning battleground state. Beginning with the 1992 presidential election, California has become increasingly Democratic.

Why did Reagan win the 1980 election?

1980 presidential election He was praised by supporters for running a campaign of upbeat optimism. Aided by the Iran hostage crisis and a worsening economy at home marked by high unemployment and inflation, Reagan won the election in a massive landslide.

Who is leading in swing states in the election?

Politico’s swing state polling average, which weights polling averages based on the state’s impact on the electoral college, has Clinton leading 45.2 to 39.7 percent, although it includes polls back in July. 270toWin has a battleground state map and has Clinton leading in the electoral college.

What do the battleground polls say in each state on September 15?

Here’s what the battleground polling shows in each state on September 15 (the polls were mostly conducted from August 19 through September 12): The RealClearPolitics polling average has Trump up 1.6 percent in Arizona (in the margin for error though of most polls). Trump has won three of the last five polls in Arizona.

What states are Trump and Clinton tied in polls?

An NBC News poll showed Clinton and Trump tied in four of those states: Georgia, Nevada, New Hampshire and Arizona, representing a general tightening of the race. What do recent polling averages show?

How many electoral votes do you need to win in 2016?

Below are the averages in crucial states with a new poll in the past month and at least three polls in 2016. A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the presidency. Mitchell Research/Fox 2 Detroit/M.A.H.P. New Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Abt SRBI Inc.