Election

BREAKING: First Exit Polls Have Been Released – IT COULD BE A SWEEP!


Normally exit polls aren’t released until polls close. This is because it is a tradition whereby media outlets obey a self-imposed embargo on voting information under the unproven theory that it might depress turnout on Election Day.

But this year, Slate.com is partnering with data startup VoteCastr, to publish real-time projections of which candidate is winning at any given moment of the day in seven battleground states, any of which could decide who is the next president of the United States.

These seven battleground states they are tracking are:

Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Here are the current results:

Updated: 2:20 p.m. E.T.

Florida

74.9 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 49 percent
Trump: 45 percent

Colorado:

72.2 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 47 percent
Trump: 42 percent

Iowa:

55.9 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 45 percent
Trump: 46 percent

Wisconsin:

47.9 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 49 percent
Trump: 43 percent

Nevada:

58.7 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 47 percent
Trump: 44 percent

Ohio:

59.8 percent of expected total voters
Clinton: 46 percent
Trump: 45 percent

Pennsylvania

45.9 percent of expected total voters
Hillary: 48 percent
Trump: 44 percent

Hillary Clinton is ahead in all, except for Iowa in which she is behind by 1-point. But I think most believed that was definitely a state for Trump.

So…great news!


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