Interactive Electoral Map Voting Trends by State 2024 Projection 2020 Election 2016 Election 2012 Election 2008 Election

2020 Presidential Election

Donald Trump vs Joe Biden (November 3rd, 2020)

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Photograph of Joe Biden
Joe Biden (DE)

Occupation: Politics
Running Mate: Kamala Harris
Carried Home State (Delaware): Yes
Incumbent Status: No
Favorability Index: 242.1
Electoral Votes (270 needed to win)
25 of 50 states carried (50%)

Popular Vote (52.3%)
Electoral Votes (270 needed to win)
25 of 50 states carried (50%)

Popular Vote (47.7%)
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Photograph of Donald Trump
Donald Trump (FL)

Occupation: Business
Running Mate: Mike Pence
Carried Home State (Florida): Yes
Incumbent Status: Yes
Favorability Index: 247.8


* Maine and Nebraska are the only two states that do not follow the 'winner-take-all' rule regarding their Electoral Votes per candidate. This allows for a more proportional division of the claimed Electoral Votes. Any third party candidate wins (if applicable) are represented in ORANGE. See NOTES below for additional information.
Alabama (9)
Alaska (3)
Arizona (11)
Arkansas (6)
California (55)
Colorado (9)
Connecticut (7)
Delaware (3)
Florida (29)
Georgia (16)
Hawaii (4)
Idaho (4)
Illinois (20)
Indiana (11)
Iowa (6)
Kansas (6)
Kentucky (8)
Louisiana (8)
Maine (3)*
Maine (1)*
Maryland (10)
Massachusetts (11)
Michigan (16)
Minnesota (10)
Mississippi (6)
Missouri (10)
Montana (3)
Nebraska (4)*
Nebraska (1)*
Nevada (6)
New Hampshire (4)
New Jersey (14)
New Mexico (5)
New York (29)
North Carolina (15)
North Dakota (3)
Ohio (18)
Oklahoma (7)
Oregon (7)
Pennsylvania (20)
Rhode Island (4)
South Carolina (9)
South Dakota (3)
Tennessee (11)
Texas (38)
Utah (6)
Vermont (3)
Virginia (13)
Washington (12)
West Virginia (5)
Wisconsin (10)
Wyoming (3)
Dictrict of Colombia (3)

In what was expected to be a landside victory for Democratic challenger Joe Biden over incumbent Republican President Donald Trump, the 2020 election saw a race decided by less than 5% from the most votes ever cast in an American presidential election (155.5 million +)

Both candidates each took 25 states in the campaign.

Joe Biden's victory made him the oldest incoming American President to take office at 78 years old.

NORTHEAST - 96 (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont)
MIDWEST - 118 (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin)
WEST - 128 (Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming)
SOUTH - 193 (Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia)
SPECIAL - 3 (District of Columbia)
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