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State of the Race in 3 Maps

October 26, 2016

These are three of the more popular maps on 270toWin; here they are as of October 26th.

Click or tap any of the maps for more detail and an interactive version. 

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Consensus Pundit Map: This is the composite Election Day forecast of 15 organizations. For purposes of this map, only states rated safe by at least 13 pundits are shown in the darkest shade of red or blue.  

 

 
 
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Polling Map: The electoral map based purely on polling. More of an 'if the election were held today' look at things. For this map, states where the average margin is 5 points or less are shown as toss-up, while those where it is greater than 10 points are shown as safe.
 

 
 
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Polling Map, No-Tossups: This is who leads the polls in each state, regardless of how small that lead is.
 
 
 
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