According to the VoteCastr model used by the Slate magazine, Hillary Clinton has some advantage in Florida, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, Wisconsin, whereas in Pennsylvania Trump is estimated to have 99,286 early votes against Clinton’s 85,367.

 

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VoteCastr cannot predict the exact outcome of the elections, only the projected number of the known ballots cast.

 

Florida’s role in the US elections is considered crucial for either of the two major-party candidates to win the presidency since the southeastern US state has 29 electoral votes, fourth most in the country. According to the Real Clear Politics average of national polls, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was leading against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Florida by 0.4 points.

 

The Real Clear Politics estimated that Trump was winning in Pennsylvania, which is one of the key swing states in the country, with its 20 electoral votes.

 

According to the Real Clear Politics average of national polls, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was leading against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Ohio ahead of the vote by 2.2 percent.

 

In Nevada, the Real Clear Politics average of national polls was highly uncertain.