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Graph of Electoral Vote Projections

Electoral Vote Projection

The purpose of this post is to track and report the combined averages and trends of several leading and credible Electoral Map predictions week by week. National polls are useless in projecting the voting outcome in November. The only thing that determines who will be our next President is the outcomes state by state, which directs outcome in the Electoral College.

Data for the combined graphs comes from Huffington Post, Real Clear Politics, Washington Post, CNN, and the New York Times.

This a weekly post. The raw data is below the fold.

 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
As of July 28,
      2012
Solid Leans Leans Solid
270 Need
      to Win
Obama Obama Toss Up Romney Romney
Huffington Post 211 79 57 0 191
Real Clear Politics 142 89 116 115 76
Washington Post 196 41 95 36 170
CNN 196 51 85 47 159
New York Times 185 32 115 48 158
Average 186 58 94 49 151
Percent
of Toss Up
Has Needs Needed
Obama 244 26 27.35%
Romney 200 70 74.79%

Originally posted to mondaymedia on Mon Jul 30, 2012 at 02:33 PM PDT.

Also republished by Election Projections And Analysis.

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