Democratic candidate Joe Biden is leading the electoral vote so far, according to the US news agency AP. His likely electoral vote count is 131. In contrast, Trump has 96 possible votes. However, at this time it is unknown what he will do after leaving the post. Because, nothing unexpected has happened yet. Wherever he is about to win, he is ahead.
Although 50 states voted together in the United States, all eyes are on a few states that are known for their battlegrounds. These are called swing states. These states play an important role in determining the election results. Trump led the swing states in Michigan, Georgia, Texas and Wisconsin. Joe Biden leads Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Hampshire and North Carolina. The fight is raging in Florida.
Connecticut (6), Delaware (3), District of Columbia (3), Illinois (20), Maryland (10), Massachusetts (11), New Jersey (14), New York (29), Rhode Island (4), Vermont ( 3), Virginia (13) potential winner Joe Biden.
Alabama (9), Arkansas (6), Indiana (11), Kentucky (6), Louisiana (6), Mississippi (6), North Dakota (3), Oklahoma (6), South Dakota (3), Tennessee (2 ) 1), West Virginia (5), Weiming (3), Kans (9) for the Trump victory.
To be elected President of the United States, at least 270 out of a total of 538 voters must be confirmed. According to US news agencies, the voting atmosphere was encouraging and positive. The situation was quite calm. Americans voted to prevent coronovirus infection by following social distance and sanitation rules.
In the United States, voting ends at 6 pm local time. The Battleground is scheduled to close most polling stations in Ohio and North Carolina at 7:30 a.m. and within the next five hours. Finally, polling stations in Alaska closed. Voting ends at 1 pm local time on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, 10 crore 2 lakh people have cast their votes before the polling day. Which is 63 percent of the total electorate in the 2016 presidential election. Professor Michael P. of the University of Florida, who collected data for the election project. According to McDonald’s, voter turnout may be 6 percent this time. It would set a record for the country’s largest voter in more than a century.