As the race to the White House( US Elections 2016 ) reaches to its final day and the whole world is looking at the people of the United States and at their verdict. It is November 8th and the voting day, both the candidates (Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump) have put everything into these elections and the verdict will be out by tomorrow.
However, both the candidates are not that famous among the people of the United States, but they have to select any one of them. So, people are looking pretty puzzled about whom to choose and also, no one can properly predict who is going to be the next US President.
But, there is no doubt that the fight is neck to neck in US Elections 2016 and here are some of the final predictions made by various agencies on who will be going to become the next president.
Crystal Ball 2016 Electoral College Ratings
The final projection for the 2016 election from Larry Sabato and the team at the University of Virginia Center for Politics. Use this map as a starting point to create and share your own 2016 presidential election forecast.
Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball, has written a book called The Bellwether, about Ohio’s record as a predictor of presidential elections. Only twice since 1896 have Ohio voters gotten it wrong.
Associated Press Electoral Map Analysis
The Associated Press analysis of the electoral map as of November 7th.
Princeton Election Consortium Electoral Map
The colours indicate the likelihood of a Clinton or Trump victory in each state based on current polling. See the Princeton Election Consortium site for probability colour scheme.
CNN Electoral College Map
“There are very few things that the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns agree on these days, but one point of total agreement is that this race has tightened over the last 10-14 days,” CNN Stated.
NBC General Election Battleground Map
“In our final battleground map of the 2016 presidential race, Hillary Clinton holds a substantial lead over Donald Trump”. “Clinton has 274 electoral votes in her column (which) is more than the 270 needed to win the presidency,” NBC News Political Unit stated.
ABC News Presidential State Ratings
ABC News electoral map ratings updated November 4th.
NPR General Election Ratings
From NPR: “Election Day is nearly upon us. So where does the electoral map stand? It’s a close race, with Hillary Clinton retaining a broad and consistent but shallow advantage, according to the final NPR Battleground Map.”
Now, let’s wait for the results on the November 9th and let us see whose prediction is going to be right. Also, which one’s are going to fail and also to mention specially, the fight is either going to end with a huge difference or going to end with a really narrow margin of votes.
Well, all the best to the people of United States for the New President and get ready to Welcome and witness the history to be recreated.