In Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania, Republican-affiliated voters outpaced Democrat-affiliated voters in 2012 and also do so in 2016, though by smaller margins.
The Republicans have controlled the presidential vote by a significant margin in Georgia since 2000. Minnesota 10 votes Trend past five elections: Bill Clinton took Arizona in 1996, but that was the only win there in the past 16 presidential elections for the Democrats. One color indicates the timing of the primary according to the current law whereas the second color is meant to highlight the most likely month to which the primary could be moved. GOP 4, Democrats 1 Bill Clinton took Arizona in 1996, but that was the only win there in the past 16 presidential elections for the Democrats.
Bush in 2004 was able to grab Iowa for the GOP, and the Democrats have won six of the past seven presidential contests in Iowa.
In May 2012, the list of possible Swing States ranged from nine to as many as 21 states. Sign up for our email newsletter. Similarly, in Iowa, North Carolina, Nevada, Ohio and Wisconsin, Democratic-affiliated voters also voted at higher rates than Republican-affiliated voters in 2012 a week ahead of the Election and are continuing this trend in 2016. However, Colorado also voted for Clinton in 1992 over George H.
Arizona Democratic caucuses. Perhaps the most interesting swing state on the list is Pennsylvania, which Barack Obama carried easily in 2008, beating John McCain by 13 percentage points.
Only George W. The winner there in the past nine elections has gone on to become President. Nevada 6 votes Trend past five elections: This year, the trends will probably shift in what is expected to be a close race.
More than 26 million voters have already cast early ballots a week ahead of Election Day 2016, nearly double the amount of early vote at this point in the 2012 election, according to new analysis by the NBC News Data Analytics Lab. In 2012 in these same states, just 8 million had been cast a week ahead of Election Day. Iowa 6 electoral votes Trend past five elections: George H. Over the next five months, some of those states will move from tossup to leaning toward one candidate or the other, depending on which campaign is talking, the events of any given week or other factors on the ground.
Recent toss-up map from 270towin.
No recent poll Florida Electoral Votes: Explaining how recounts and contested presidential elections work. There was also an issue with the 1876 election. As Colorado lawmakers debate passing an extreme risk protection order bill, The Denver Post reviewed data and interviewed law enforcement in several states to understand how these laws work in practice. Subscribe to: