2016 US Elections - Clinton And Trump Basically Tied In The Electoral College (September 17)

At the end of a rough two weeks for Hillary Clinton, the national picture is as close as we’ve seen it this cycle. Our latest States of the Nation poll with Reuters shows Clinton and Trump basically tied in the electoral college with several key battlegrounds – notably Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Florida – extremely close.

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  • Chris Jackson Public Affairs, US
  • Clifford Young Country Service Line Leader, Public Affairs, US
  • Julia Clark Marketing & Communications Director, NA
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The race for the White House is essentially tied less than two months out from Election Day. Hillary Clinton leads in states equaling 242 electoral college votes while Donald Trump has control of 243 electoral college votes with 53 too close to call.

  • Clinton holds the customary Democratic bastions on the East and West coast along with the swing states of North Carolina, Virginia and Ohio.
  • Trump wins across the South and Mountain west and is currently leading in Florida and Iowa.
  • Pennsylvania and Michigan are currently too close to call.

 

For more information, visit Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation.

 

The author(s)

  • Chris Jackson Public Affairs, US
  • Clifford Young Country Service Line Leader, Public Affairs, US
  • Julia Clark Marketing & Communications Director, NA

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