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2020 President: Consensus Electoral Map

Current as of September 19, 2019
A consensus outlook for the 2020 presidential election based on the current ratings of Sabato's Crystal Ball, The Cook Political Report and Inside Elections. Additional forecasts will go into this consensus as they become available. For purposes of this map, only states rated safe by all of these forecasters are shown in the darkest shade. The consensus for individual ME and NE districts excludes any forecasts where they are not rated separately.

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