Electoral College Map 2016 Predictions, Rumors Update: Various Reports Show Clinton Is Ahead, Contrary To Trump’s Own Version Of Electoral Map
With just a few days and two candidates battling for the presidential race, things are getting more intense as the Election Day in the U.S. approaches. All efforts are now focused on the electoral college map 2016 predictions.
One of the leading candidates, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, has reportedly emailed his supporters with his own electoral map, IBT reported. Trump's electoral map depicts his win with a 266 electoral votes.
The email also contained a message from Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, explaining the details of the electoral map, which said, "Donald Trump must reach 270 electoral votes to win the presidency. We've outlined a map to show where we currently stand as well as the possible paths forward to win. Over the past months, polls have shown us winning Iowa, Ohio, Maine, Florida, Nevada and North Carolina. If we maintain our leads in those six states, we can reliably claim 266 electoral votes. Hillary can claim 193."
This electoral map emailed by Trump was also posted on the Twitter account of one of the recipients, Katherine Krueger, which she captioned, "The Trump campaign is pushing a pretty optimistic electoral map in an email to supporters today."
Meanwhile, a private organization, SurveyMonkey has created an online electoral map which shows real time data, representing the key states where presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton are earning votes. Apparently, the electoral map on this site does not agree with Trump's electoral map.
The latest updated electoral map posted by SurveyMonkey on Oct. 31 reveals Clinton is leading with 307 electoral votes against Trump, which has earned only 182 electoral votes. This real time electoral map covers demographics like age, sex, gender, income, race, education, and generation in each state in the U.S.
Similar to the results of SurveyMonkey electoral map, the electoral map from Sabato's Crystal Ball, run by the University of Virginia's Larry Sabato, also shows Clinton is ahead on the electoral map with 352 electoral votes, while Trump only got 173.
The Sabato group also mentioned, "As we reassess our Electoral College ratings, we don't think any new states are moving toward Trump at this point, and there are some surprising conservative places where he is registering very thin, soft support. Clinton's embarrassment of Electoral College riches may well produce poverty for America's presidential billionaire."