New Feature: 'Tilt' Ratings on Interactive Maps

July 29, 2018

We've added a new 'tilt' ratings option on the interactive maps. It is currently available on the gubernatorial maps, with Senate and House to follow in the near future.

The tilt rating sits between toss-up and leans. The forecaster Inside Elections uses this designation for races that are highly competitive, but where one party has a slight edge. Among the 36 gubernatorial contests in 2018, they currently rate Michigan and Nevada as Tilt Democratic, with Alaska and Ohio Tilt Republican.

The current Inside Elections map follows. Use it as a starting point to create your own 2018 gubernatorial forecast:


Click the map to create your own at 270toWin.com
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