Nate Silver, the statistician being fivethirtyeight.com, has a new chart out that shows how the electorate would vote during the general election with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. A total number of 270 electorates are needed to win, and as it stands now, Hillary Clinton would win 374 and Donald Trump 164.
Most notably are the states that were once red…turning blue, such as Nevada and Arizona. The only “swing” states that Trump would win are Indiana and Missouri, along with the other firmly red stalwart states. The swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida and stay firmly blue.