Running a single simulation can frequently yield a blue/red map unlikely to occur in November. For example, if Clinton wins North Carolina, it is unlikely she'd lose Virginia. That can happen here since those real-world correlations are not considered in individual simulations.
However, across a large number of simulations, we can see a range of electoral outcomes that are plausible if the underlying state polls are accurate. On this page, we present the results of 10,000 simulations run with current state-by-state probabilities, along with their frequency. You can view results across time by looking at the simulator daily trends.
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