The election IS TODAY and the polls say Biden is going to win in a landslide

justthefacts

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Inspite of all these fake polls designed to influence versus inform, Trump is still doing better in the battleground states this election than what was happening in the MSM's attempt to get Hillary elected back in 2016. This has got to have the lib's heads exploding (e.g., what's happening on this board). They've created fake stories about Trump, that the minions believe hook-line-and-sinker, shut down the country to try to stop Trump's economy from continuing to soar, impeached him over a fake hoax, and now all these fake polls, and Trump is still outdoing what was happening in 2016.

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Still looking for that update on the RCP Battleground average vs 2016
 

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DatesPollsterSampleResultNet result
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President: general electionOct 29-31, 2020A-
NBC News/The Wall Street Journal
1,000RVBiden52%42%TrumpBiden+10
President: general electionIowaOct 29-31, 2020A-
Emerson College
604LVBiden47%49%TrumpTrump+1
President: general electionOhioOct 29-31, 2020A-
Emerson College
656LVBiden50%49%TrumpBiden+1
President: general electionMich.Oct 29-31, 2020A-
Emerson College
700LVBiden52%46%TrumpBiden+7
President: general electionFla.Oct 27-31, 2020A+
Siena College/The New York Times Upshot
1,451LVBiden47%MoreBiden+3
President: general electionOct 27-31, 2020A/B
IBD/TIPP
1,072LVBiden50%44%TrumpBiden+6
President: general electionOct 27-31, 2020A/B
IBD/TIPP
1,072LVBiden49%MoreBiden+5
President: general electionPa.Oct 26-31, 2020A+
Siena College/The New York Times Upshot
1,862LVBiden49%MoreBiden+6
President: general electionOct 18-31, 2020B/C
USC Dornsife
5,364LVBiden54%43%TrumpBiden+11
President: general electionOct 18-31, 2020B/C
USC Dornsife
5,364LVBiden54%42%TrumpBiden+12
President: general electionOct 18-31, 2020B/C
USC Dornsife
5,270RVBiden53%42%TrumpBiden+11
President: general electionFla.Oct 29-30, 2020C
St. Pete Polls
2,758LVBiden49%48%TrumpBiden+1
President: general electionFla.Oct 28-30, 2020B/C
RMG Research
1,200LVBiden51%47%TrumpBiden+4
President: general electionWis.Oct 26-30, 2020A+
Siena College/The New York Times Upshot
1,253LVBiden52%MoreBiden+11
President: general electionAriz.Oct 26-30, 2020A+
Siena College/The New York Times Upshot
1,252LVBiden49%MoreBiden+6
President: general electionPa.Oct 24-29, 2020A+
ABC News/The Washington Post
810LVBiden51%MoreBiden+7
President: general electionPa.Oct 24-29, 2020A+
ABC News/The Washington Post
908RVBiden49%MoreBiden+4
President: general electionFla.Oct 24-29, 2020A+
ABC News/The Washington Post
824LVBiden48%MoreTrump+2
President: general electionFla.Oct 24-29, 2020A+
ABC News/The Washington Post
915RVBiden47%MoreTrump+2
President: general electionN.M.Oct 23-29, 2020B+
Research & Polling Inc.
1,180LVBiden54%42%TrumpBiden+12
President: general electionMich.Oct 25-28, 2020B+
EPIC-MRA
600LVBiden48%41%TrumpBiden+7
 
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STATES TO WATCH ON ELECTION NIGHT


7 p.m. Eastern
Georgia is the race to watch at 7 p.m.

FiveThirtyEight’s presidential forecast (as of 3:45 p.m. ET on Oct. 31) for states where the last polls close at 7 p.m. Eastern


chance of winning
RaceElectoral VotesBidenTrump
Vermont399.4%0.6%
Virginia1399.01.0
Georgia1658.341.7
South Carolina98.391.7
Indiana115.095.0
Kentucky81.498.6

Bolded rows indicate competitive races.


The earliest that TV networks, the Associated Press and other election adjudicators will be able to officially project the winner in any state is 7 p.m. Eastern, when the last polls close in six states. Of these, Indiana, Kentucky and South Carolina all have at least a 92 in 100 chance of going to Trump, so let’s assume those 28 electoral votes go in the Republican column (these states should report enough votes early that they can be quickly projected). But Vermont and Virginia are also at least 99 percent likely to go for Biden and should report results quickly, so he will probably quickly earn their combined 16 electoral votes, putting Trump at 28 and Biden at 16.


The one wild card in this first batch of closings is Georgia and who will win its 16 electoral votes. And because our forecast is expecting a very tight race there, it may take days before we have an answer to that question.

7:30 p.m. Eastern
North Carolina could be a bellwether at 7:30 p.m.

FiveThirtyEight’s presidential forecast (as of 3:45 p.m. ET on Oct. 31) for states where the last polls close at 7:30 p.m. Eastern


chance of winning
RaceElectoral VotesBidenTrump
North Carolina1567.4%32.6%
Ohio1845.554.5
West Virginia50.999.1

Bolded rows indicate competitive races.


Trump will almost certainly win West Virginia and its five electoral votes, and that should be apparent early in the night. However, North Carolina and Ohio are more up in the air, according to our forecast. If Biden is having a really good night, it’s conceivable that we’ll know who won in both states on election night because both count most of their votes relatively quickly; if that happens, Biden would gain 33 electoral votes from them combined.


However, if these states are as close as our forecast thinks they’ll be, they could remain unprojected for days as we wait for the last few mail-in ballots to arrive (both states accept mail-in ballots that are received after Election Day as long as they are properly postmarked). On the other hand, if Trump is having a good night, these states could be projected for him, and he could gain a total of 38 electoral votes from states that stop voting at 7:30 p.m.

8 p.m. Eastern
A flurry of results at 8 p.m., including vital swing states

FiveThirtyEight’s presidential forecast (as of 3:45 p.m. ET on Oct. 31) for states where the last polls close at 8 p.m. Eastern


chance of winning
RaceElectoral VotesBidenTrump
Washington, D.C.3100.0%0.0%
Delaware3>99.9<0.1
Maryland10>99.9<0.1
Massachusetts1199.90.1
Rhode Island499.90.1
Connecticut799.90.1
Illinois2099.90.1
New Jersey1499.40.6
Maine 1st197.42.6
Maine (statewide)290.39.7
New Hampshire488.711.3
Pennsylvania2085.814.2
Florida2965.334.7
Maine 2nd155.644.4
Mississippi68.891.3
Missouri108.092.0
Tennessee113.097.0
Alabama91.798.3
Oklahoma70.699.4

Bolded rows indicate competitive races. Maine splits its electoral votes, awarding two to the winner of the statewide race and one to the winner of each congressional district.
 

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WTF happened to Indiana? When did Indiana become a shithole red state sewer like Mississippi?
 

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I guess Sleepy Joe doesn't really believe in masks. What a charade.

 

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So much faith in the ministry of truth. Good little comrades.
 

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Yeah he really controls the media and the re-education camps of academia.
 

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AOC has never been accused of anything. Trump wants to be an authoritarian so so bad

 

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Hopefully Biden can take Texas and shut al the drama down. I am still expecting Dump to win, but I wouldn't bet on it...
 
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