NPR 2020 Election Map Ratings

As of October 30, 2020

The final 2020 electoral college projection from NPR.

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October 30:  Four changes.  Note that NPR is using the 'Likely' terminology to cover what others call both 'Likely' and 'Safe'.  We label those states safe on this map as, for the most part, this is consistent with how these states are characterized in other forecasts.

 

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