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The state of opinion in the United States

November 3 is the US presidential election. Here you can follow the current state of public opinion – state by state – until the election. See which states already seem to have been decided, which ones lean on Trump or Biden, and which states can both win.

This article says nothing about the future – but what the public opinion looks like right now. The figures are updated every hour if new opinion polls are released.

To win the election, a candidate must receive at least 270 of a total of 538 electoral votes. Different states have different numbers of electors and are therefore differently important to win.

The map shows who, according to opinion polls, is leading in the 50 states right now (the striped states are divided into three districts each). Many states are already more or less “given”, for example, it would be a bang if Trump won the democratic stronghold of New York, or if Biden won Alabama.

The most important thing for the candidates is thus to win the even states. Here we color all states where no one leads with more than 5 percentage points gray.


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