Donald Trump wins US elections and becomes the 44th President of the United States. This is our fearless projection ever since the parties national convention was done in July. (Read related article here). It might be something which not all would agree but we are holding on to our fearless projection that indeed Trump will win as President.
Where are we basing our projections of a Donald Trump win?
Over the last couple of months we have seen a surge in the voter preference for Donald Trump compared to Hilary Clinton. As US voters gets on the polling place on November 8 we will see the real answer of the American people.
Donald Trump runs a campaign for a government that is closer to the American people. It is something build on giving Americans what they want in their land. Trump seems to be also about creating a better and more secure country.
In the latest polls Clinton leads Trump with just an average of 5 percentage points. This is a big gain for him since the start of his campaign which shows a double digit margin. According to observers, in order for the GOP nominee to win, he must get all of the states Mitt Romney won in 2012, including Utah, Arizona and Georgia.
Political Map favors Clinton but Trump will have a surprise
Although most political map including that of CNN is showing an easier road for Hilary Clinton, there is a chance that your will all have a surprise. Clinton only needs to win one battleground state and clinch the presidency compared to Trump who needs all of them.
According to the map below from CNN.com here are what we can deduce from it:
Alabama (9), Alaska (3), Arkansas (6), Idaho (4), Indiana (11), Kansas (6), Kentucky (8), Louisiana (8), Mississippi (6), Missouri (10), Montana (3), Nebraska (4), North Dakota (3), Oklahoma (7), South Carolina (9), South Dakota (3), Tennessee (11), Texas (38), West Virginia (5), Wyoming (3) (157 total)
Georgia (16), Iowa (6), Maine 2nd Congressional District (1), Ohio (18), Utah (6) (47 total)
Arizona (11), Florida (29), Nevada (6), Nebraska 2nd Congressional District (1), New Hampshire (4), North Carolina (15), (66 total)
Colorado (9), Michigan (16), Pennsylvania (20), Virginia (13), Wisconsin (10), (68 total)
California (55), Connecticut (7), Delaware (3), DC (3), Hawaii (4), Illinois (20), Maine (3), Maryland (10), Massachusetts (11), New Jersey (14), New York (29), Oregon (7), Rhode Island (4), Vermont (3), Washington (12), Minnesota (10), New Mexico (5) (200 total)
2016 is the Most Contested and Interesting US Elections in History
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