Donald Trump Vs Joe Biden 2020 Presidential Debates | Voters in Battleground States Are Driving Record Early Turnout | 46% voted so far compared to 2016; Early voting low, where Trump likely to win » India News
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Donald Trump Vs Joe Biden 2020 Presidential Debates | Voters in Battleground States Are Driving Record Early Turnout | 46% voted so far compared to 2016; Early voting low, where Trump likely to win

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Presidential elections are to be held on 3 November in America. If you look at the figures of 6 days before this, more than 6.4 crores Americans have voted. About half of them are from the competitive states, who will decide who will win the electoral college. At the same time, the figure of pre voting in 2016 was 5.83 crore.

According to the United States Election Projects, the initial vote in these Battle Ground states is probably half that of 2016. At the same time, the number of votes polled in the country in 2016, this time the voters have already done about 46% of the voting.

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, many states made changes in voting rules. For the first time millions of people were allowed to vote by mail. At the same time many people voted in person to avoid the crowds. Voters in support of and against President Trump seem to be promoting voting at record levels across the country.

Democrats gain lead in early voting

Democrats appear more keen on early voting. In the five Battle Ground States, nearly two million more registered Democrats voted than Republicans so far. In 2016, Trump won by a narrow margin in Pennsylvania. Three times more Democrats voted here than Republicans. Democrats were also ahead in Florida and North Carolina.

Battle Grounds States
More than 7 million voters have already voted in Texas this year. This figure is close to the total turnout in 2016. More populous Texas is being considered as a competitive state this year, as the population of blacks is increasing here.

More than 80% of the voting took place here compared to 2016. This time too, if we look at the initial figure of votes here, the Republicans are seen lagging behind. At the same time, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Nevada and North Carolina also have more than 60% voting as of 2016.

Battle ground states include Texas, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire.

Biden’s chances of winning
In states where Biden is more likely to win, a third of the votes have been cast so far. This is 46% of the total votes cast in 2016. On the other hand, voting has just started in many states including New York. Voting figures are also likely to increase here.

Biden can win in these states
California, New Jersey, Washington State, Virginia, Illinois, Colorado, Massachusetts, Oregon, Maryland, Connecticut, New York, Maine, Hawaii, Road Island, Vermont, Washington DC, Delaware.

Trump likely to win
In states where Trump is likely to win, early voting was rare. These states are less populous than Democratic-leaning and Battle Ground States. It is therefore not surprising that their share of the total initial voting is small. However, the percentage of initial voting in these states is less than the four years of voting.

Trump can win in these states
Tennessee, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Utah, Kansas, Nebraska, Montana, Oklahoma, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alabama, Idaho, West Virginia, Wyoming, Alaska, Mississippi.

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