Updating election map

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This map provides a state-by-state overview of the current polling.States for which we are currently at least 95% confident in the outcome are considered “safe states” and are colored in the darkest color.States for which we are less confident in the outcome are more lightly colored based on the direction in which they are currently leaning (either towards Clinton, or towards Trump).States which we currently view as tied are colored in white.

States need to provide the necessary funding for this research, and for these improvements.” That, no doubt, captures the discouraged sentiment of a lot of Republicans these days.One of the more interesting political questions these days is whether Gen.When Democrats think about their party’s problems on the political map, they tend to think of President Trump’s ability to win the White House despite losing the popular vote and Republicans’ potent efforts to gerrymander congressional districts.But their problems extend beyond the Electoral College and the House: The Senate hasn’t had such a strong pro-GOP bias since the ratification of...

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