One Year Until Election Day

November 3, 2019

Sunday marks one year until the 59th presidential election on November 3, 2020. That's 366 days, including an extra day due to the leap year. 

If you'd like to make your first 2020 forecast, the map below might be a good starting point. It shows all states decided by 10 points or less in 2016. Those states decided by less than 5 points are shown as toss up, while those over 5 but less than 10 are shown as leaning toward the winning party.

If you haven't yet tried our redesigned format, and would like to view the map there, use this link.  

Otherwise, click or tap the image below.

 
 
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