2020 Map Based on Polls (No Toss-ups)

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Updated three times daily, this map will track the electoral vote count based on polling, with no toss-ups (unless exactly tied).

The candidate that leads in the polls is shown as the winner of the state. The 2016 party winner is used where there are no polls.

See the regular Biden-Trump Polling Map for more granular ratings based on the margin between the two nominees.

Use this map as a starting point to create and share your own 2020 presidential election forecast.

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