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It will take 270 electoral votes to win the 2016 presidential election. Select states on this interactive map to create your own 2016 election forecast. For more info on features of the interactive 2016 electoral map, go here. If you’d like to change the past, try one of these historical interactive maps.
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Quinnipiac Poll Sees Biden Tops Clinton vs. Republicans; Trump, Clinton Lead Party Races

The latest national poll from Quinnipiac shows Trump, Clinton leading for the nomination and Biden outperforming Clinton in most November match-ups

Sanders, Trump Lead in Latest New Hampshire Polling

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump continue to show strength in this new poll from Public Policy

Trump Leads Cruz in Texas; Perry Tanks

A new poll shows Donald Trump leading Senator Ted Cruz in Texas while former governor Rick Perry only sees nominal support.

Results of New Polls in FL, OH and PA Including Updated Electoral Maps

A Quinnipiac poll of three swing states shows continued strength for Trump and Clinton within their own parties; mixed results in the general election.

Polling Update: Trump Still Leads; Fiorina to Take Stage at 2nd Debate?

Donald Trump continues to lead the Republican field as the 2nd Republican debate is about a month away

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