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Primary vs. General Election: Relative Strength of Republicans
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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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Primary vs. General Election: Relative Strength of Republicans

An analysis of how Republicans are performing in party polls relative to a recently released general election poll

First GOP Debate Looms; Dubious Criteria Used for Inclusion

August 6 debate will be limited to ten Republicans

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John Kasich Joins Republican 2016 Field

The Ohio governor announces his campaign today in Columbus

Republican Primary Polling by State

While Bush & Walker lead overall, other candidates are finding pockets of strength in individual primary and caucus states





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