Biden Now Predicted to Win 352 Electoral Votes

bripat9643

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Yeah, well, 270 would be fine.

Biden has zero chance of winning. Trump will get more EC votes than last time and watch, even NY is in play this time. Trump could win NY.
When Joe Rogan starts making jokes about his senility, you know he's done for. Rogan is no right winger. We all know why Spotify employees are demanding the right to censor his programs. I watched Rogan ridicule Biden for half an hour. It was brutal.
 

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From the OP.:auiqs.jpg:

The model estimated Donald Trump’s chances at 22.8%, down from 22.9% on Sept. 24According to the Sept. 25 run of the model, Trump had a 11.1% chance of carrying the popular vote, compared with Biden’s 88.9%The national polling average for Trump reached 43.1% on Sept. 25, unchanged from Sept. 24Biden’s national polling average reached 50.3% on Sept. 25 compared with 50.2% on Sept. 24These were the FiveThirtyEight’s forecasts and polling averages by state on Sept. 25:StateElectoral Votes2016 WinnerTrump Poll AvgBiden Poll AvgTrump Win ChanceBiden Win Chance
Alabama9Trump55.0%39.9%97.2%2.8%
Alaska3Trump49.6%45.0%80.5%19.6%
Arizona11Trump44.6%48.6%35.1%64.9%
Arkansas6Trump47.0%45.0%94.3%5.7%
California55Clinton30.7%61.9%0.2%99.8%
Colorado9Clinton40.6%51.0%12.4%87.6%
Connecticut7Clinton34.4%53.9%1.0%99.0%
Delaware3Clinton38.4%57.3%0.1%99.9%
District of Columbia3Clinton0.0%0.0%0.0%100.0%
Florida29Trump46.3%48.1%43.0%57.0%
Georgia16Trump46.9%46.0%63.1%36.9%
Hawaii4Clinton30.3%56.8%1.1%98.9%
Idaho4Trump59.3%34.7%99.6%0.4%
Illinois20Clinton0.0%0.0%0.3%99.7%
Indiana11Trump53.0%38.6%96.2%3.8%
Iowa6Trump46.2%45.6%62.7%37.3%
Kansas6Trump50.6%41.3%93.2%6.8%
Kentucky8Trump56.5%38.1%98.5%1.6%
Louisiana8Trump50.8%40.5%90.4%9.6%
Maine4Clinton39.0%54.3%11.7%88.3%
Maryland10Clinton33.1%60.5%0.1%99.9%
Massachusetts11Clinton29.4%63.6%0.2%99.8%
Michigan16Trump42.7%49.8%14.0%86.0%
Minnesota10Clinton42.1%51.2%11.3%88.7%
Mississippi6Trump52.5%40.6%86.7%13.3%
Missouri10Trump50.1%43.9%90.6%9.4%
Montana3Trump50.6%42.8%86.8%13.2%
Nebraska5Trump0.0%0.0%98.9%1.1%
Nevada6Clinton41.4%47.7%16.5%83.5%
New Hampshire4Clinton43.0%49.3%26.2%73.8%
New Jersey14Clinton36.5%55.0%2.5%97.5%
New Mexico5Clinton41.3%53.8%5.2%94.8%
New York29Clinton33.2%59.8%0.1%99.9%
North Carolina15Trump46.3%47.5%46.1%53.9%
North Dakota3Trump55.9%38.0%99.1%0.9%
Ohio18Trump46.9%47.9%48.1%51.9%
Oklahoma7Trump58.2%34.3%99.4%0.6%
Oregon7Clinton39.0%51.0%7.4%92.6%
Pennsylvania20Trump44.8%49.7%24.4%75.6%
Rhode Island4Clinton0.0%0.0%0.8%99.2%
South Carolina9Trump50.4%43.9%87.5%12.5%
South Dakota3Trump0.0%0.0%97.2%2.8%
Tennessee11Trump53.6%40.0%96.2%3.8%
Texas38Trump47.6%46.0%72.2%27.8%
Utah6Trump49.7%36.4%96.4%3.6%
Vermont3Clinton32.5%55.7%1.4%98.6%
Virginia13Clinton40.7%50.9%4.2%95.8%
Washington12Clinton34.7%58.6%1.0%99.0%
West Virginia5Trump64.6%32.4%99.4%0.6%
Wisconsin10Trump43.7%50.3%19.5%80.5%
Wyoming3Trump0.0%0.0%99.8%0.2%
Major polls added to FiveThirtyEight’s poll database in the last 24 hours pollsterSponsorsState or FederalStart DateEnd DatePopulationSample SizeTrump %Biden %
YOU JUST CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP

so many deplorables with broken hearts in just over a month, pussygrabber has tried everything, only to dig a deeper hole for himself...


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Um, those polls didn't leave Trump supporters broken hearted in 2016
and they aren't going to in 2020

A tsunami is coming alright...you and your ilk can't stop what's coming
 

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From the OP.:auiqs.jpg:

The model estimated Donald Trump’s chances at 22.8%, down from 22.9% on Sept. 24According to the Sept. 25 run of the model, Trump had a 11.1% chance of carrying the popular vote, compared with Biden’s 88.9%The national polling average for Trump reached 43.1% on Sept. 25, unchanged from Sept. 24Biden’s national polling average reached 50.3% on Sept. 25 compared with 50.2% on Sept. 24These were the FiveThirtyEight’s forecasts and polling averages by state on Sept. 25:StateElectoral Votes2016 WinnerTrump Poll AvgBiden Poll AvgTrump Win ChanceBiden Win Chance
Alabama9Trump55.0%39.9%97.2%2.8%
Alaska3Trump49.6%45.0%80.5%19.6%
Arizona11Trump44.6%48.6%35.1%64.9%
Arkansas6Trump47.0%45.0%94.3%5.7%
California55Clinton30.7%61.9%0.2%99.8%
Colorado9Clinton40.6%51.0%12.4%87.6%
Connecticut7Clinton34.4%53.9%1.0%99.0%
Delaware3Clinton38.4%57.3%0.1%99.9%
District of Columbia3Clinton0.0%0.0%0.0%100.0%
Florida29Trump46.3%48.1%43.0%57.0%
Georgia16Trump46.9%46.0%63.1%36.9%
Hawaii4Clinton30.3%56.8%1.1%98.9%
Idaho4Trump59.3%34.7%99.6%0.4%
Illinois20Clinton0.0%0.0%0.3%99.7%
Indiana11Trump53.0%38.6%96.2%3.8%
Iowa6Trump46.2%45.6%62.7%37.3%
Kansas6Trump50.6%41.3%93.2%6.8%
Kentucky8Trump56.5%38.1%98.5%1.6%
Louisiana8Trump50.8%40.5%90.4%9.6%
Maine4Clinton39.0%54.3%11.7%88.3%
Maryland10Clinton33.1%60.5%0.1%99.9%
Massachusetts11Clinton29.4%63.6%0.2%99.8%
Michigan16Trump42.7%49.8%14.0%86.0%
Minnesota10Clinton42.1%51.2%11.3%88.7%
Mississippi6Trump52.5%40.6%86.7%13.3%
Missouri10Trump50.1%43.9%90.6%9.4%
Montana3Trump50.6%42.8%86.8%13.2%
Nebraska5Trump0.0%0.0%98.9%1.1%
Nevada6Clinton41.4%47.7%16.5%83.5%
New Hampshire4Clinton43.0%49.3%26.2%73.8%
New Jersey14Clinton36.5%55.0%2.5%97.5%
New Mexico5Clinton41.3%53.8%5.2%94.8%
New York29Clinton33.2%59.8%0.1%99.9%
North Carolina15Trump46.3%47.5%46.1%53.9%
North Dakota3Trump55.9%38.0%99.1%0.9%
Ohio18Trump46.9%47.9%48.1%51.9%
Oklahoma7Trump58.2%34.3%99.4%0.6%
Oregon7Clinton39.0%51.0%7.4%92.6%
Pennsylvania20Trump44.8%49.7%24.4%75.6%
Rhode Island4Clinton0.0%0.0%0.8%99.2%
South Carolina9Trump50.4%43.9%87.5%12.5%
South Dakota3Trump0.0%0.0%97.2%2.8%
Tennessee11Trump53.6%40.0%96.2%3.8%
Texas38Trump47.6%46.0%72.2%27.8%
Utah6Trump49.7%36.4%96.4%3.6%
Vermont3Clinton32.5%55.7%1.4%98.6%
Virginia13Clinton40.7%50.9%4.2%95.8%
Washington12Clinton34.7%58.6%1.0%99.0%
West Virginia5Trump64.6%32.4%99.4%0.6%
Wisconsin10Trump43.7%50.3%19.5%80.5%
Wyoming3Trump0.0%0.0%99.8%0.2%
Major polls added to FiveThirtyEight’s poll database in the last 24 hours pollsterSponsorsState or FederalStart DateEnd DatePopulationSample SizeTrump %Biden %
YOU JUST CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP
Your right, it cant be made up:


HEY DUMBFUCK, LOOK AT THE FUCKING POLL DATA AGAIN
AND TELL ME WHO IS TRYING TO CHEAT
 

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Um, those polls didn't leave Trump supporters broken hearted in 2016
and they aren't going to in 2020
A tsunami is coming alright...you and your ilk can't stop what's coming
A thing of beauty is a joy for ever. - John Keats, Endymion
Well said, my Friend.

I put cash money on Trump to win. So I will win twice.
 

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The wife and I were talking about this last night. She prefers Trump by a mile. I am more cynical as you all know.


that is the current map. Going to the no toss up map is ugly. Trump can win, but it takes a lot of things to go right. Unlike 2016 they are polling the living hell out of the rust belt states. So Trump Supporters who harken back to 2016 may want to consider this. They learned. They learned and are applying that knowledge.


Florida is the key. Without Florida Trump has no realistic chance. And nobody knows how Florida will go.
 

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