PRESIDENTIAL

2016 Electoral Scorecard

Nov 7, 2016
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RATINGS SUMMARY

ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES

D - 278
T - 46
R - 214

Solid : These races are not considered competitive and are not likely to become closely contested.

Likely : These seats are not considered competitive at this point, but have the potential to become engaged.

Lean : These are considered competitive races, but one party has an advantage.

Toss-Up : These are the most competitive; either party has a good chance of winning.

ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTING RATINGS

**Maine and Nebraska can split their electoral

SOLID D

(15 States)

LIKELY D

(4 States)

  • California-55
  • Connecticut-7
  • Delaware-3
  • District of Columbia-3
  • Hawaii-4
  • Illinois-20
  • Maine(01)-1
  • Maryland-10
  • Massachusetts-11
  • New Jersey-14
  • New York-29
  • Oregon-7
  • Rhode Island-4
  • Vermont-3
  • Washington-12
  • Maine-2
  • Minnesota-10
  • New Mexico-5
  • Virginia-13

183 VOTES

30 VOTES

LEAN D

(6 States)

TOSS UP

(4 States)

  • Colorado-9
  • Michigan-16
  • Nevada-6
  • New Hampshire-4
  • Pennsylvania-20
  • Wisconsin-10
  • Florida-29
  • Maine(02)-1
  • Nebraska(02)-1
  • North Carolina-15

65 VOTES

46 VOTES

LEAN R

(5 States)

LIKELY R

(5 States)

  • Arizona-11
  • Georgia-16
  • Iowa-6
  • Ohio-18
  • Utah-6
  • Alaska-3
  • Indiana-11
  • Missouri-10
  • South Carolina-9
  • Texas-38

57 VOTES

71 VOTES

SOLID R

(17 States)

  • Alabama-9
  • Arkansas-6
  • Idaho-4
  • Kansas-6
  • Kentucky-8
  • Louisiana-8
  • Mississippi-6
  • Montana-3
  • Nebraska-2
  • Nebraska(01)-1
  • Nebraska(03)-1
  • North Dakota-3
  • Oklahoma-7
  • South Dakota-3
  • Tennessee-11
  • West Virginia-5
  • Wyoming-3

86 VOTES