We knew this because of these states' past election results, demographic trends, and polling data.What this means is that 38 states and Washington, D.Clinton saw the largest lead in Michigan, where she led Trump by a weighted 17 percentage points.Comparatively, John Kasich polled ahead of Clinton in five of the seven states, and Paul Ryan polled ahead of Clinton in three states.Note: Trump and Clinton were projected to receive 306 and 232 electoral votes, respectively.Seven electors, however, cast votes for other candidates. The results listed above are based on reports from state secretary of state offices and election boards.Presidential candidates who made more than 15 percent of general election ballots: Note: A "0%" finding means the candidate was not a part of the poll.
To win, she needed only 70 of the 159 electoral votes in the battlegrounds, while Trump needed 91.
It featured candidates' commentary on current events and policy positions, recent polls, debates, Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee politics, advertising campaigns, super PAC activity, campaign staff transitions and more. H.) • CBS, November 14, 2015 (Des Moines) • CNN, October 13, 2015](Las Vegas) February 13, 2016 (Greenville, S. H.) • Fox News, January 28, 2016 (Des Moines) • Fox Business, January 14, 2016 (North Charleston, S.