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lopu
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Is there a website which includes leading states in the total electoral vote count? Not just won states?

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    New York Times does a good job with covering this sort of thing with graphs and etc:

    https://www.nytimes.com/

    The thing to keep in mind is that you can 'lead' a state because the districts in that state that generally support you are the only ones reporting ... and you can still be predicted to lose because you don't have a big enough lead to overcome the districts yet to report, that they know you won't get many votes.

    Leads only mean something, in a given context.

    This isn't a case where everything is reported evenly.
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    I trust AP for this sort of thing.

    But I'm not even going to bother checking on this shit for like three days.

    No spoilers, kay guys?
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    @N00bPancakes they still don't have a simple won votes vs leading votes count though... would be so simple just to show an electoral votes based on leading states not just won states
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    @lopu Because 'leading' all by itself doesn't mean anything ...
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    @N00bPancakes have you heard of probability?
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