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This electoral map shows those states decided by 5% or less in popular vote in the 2016 election. Use it as a starting point to create and share your 2020 presidential election forecast.

The number of states meeting this competitiveness criteria expanded signficantly from 2012, when only four states (75 electoral votes) were decided by 5% or less. In 2016, four states were actually decided by less than 1% (Michigan, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania).

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Bernie Sanders Announces He is Running for President

The Vermont Senator pushed the Democratic party to the left in his 2016 campaign; he finished as runner-up to Hillary Clinton

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