Fox News Electoral Scorecard: Key states tilting toward Trump after FBI’s October surprise

by FoxNews.com  |  published on November 4, 2016

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The FBI’s October surprise appears to have improved Donald Trump’s overall standing in the electoral map, with the latest Fox News Electoral Scorecard showing several states shifting in his favor since last week.

The Fox News Decision Team announced updates to the scorecard Thursday afternoon, reflecting the following changes based on recent polling and other factors:

  • New Hampshire moves from “lean Democrat” to “toss-up”
  • Ohio moves from “toss-up” to “lean Republican”
  • Indiana moves from “lean Republican” to “solid Republican”
  • Missouri moves from “lean Republican” to “solid Republican”

Despite the changes, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton maintains the clear advantage, and Trump’s path to victory remains a tight one.

But the latest ratings show Clinton’s advantage diminishing.

If Clinton were to win all the states leaning toward or solidly in the Democratic column, she’d have 283 electoral votes – more than the 270 needed to win.

  • Walter Flatt

    IF YOU WOULD SHOW THIS TO THOSE KEY STATES, YOU WOULD HAVE A BLOW OUT FOR TRUMP.

    IF YOU DEFEND THE BELOW, YOU ARE TRYING TO DESTROY MY COUNTRY.

    GOOGLE THE NEW CLINTON CHRONICLES 2015 AND RESEND TO ALL YOU CAN AND ASK THEM TO DO THE SAME.

    COULD THIS BE WHY SHE WANTS OPEN BORDERS? IS SHE ON DOPE?
    REMEMBER SHE HAS RECEIVED MILLIONS FROM TERRIOST NATIONS.

    ALLSO GOOGLE HILLIARY’S TOP AIDE FOR 20 YEARS (HUMA ABIDEN TERRIOST)

    COULD THEY BOTH BE SPY’S FOR TERROIST? AFTER ALL, HILLIARY HAS TAKEN MILLIONS FROM THEM.

  • farmboy1993

    If illinois would stop the voter fraud in chicago, illinois would go back to the red state it use to be! Chicago is the king of voter fraud, and yet no one has ever done anything to stop it! Funny!

    • Mort Leith

      I would guess they might be in a TIE with Califruity,, what with all the Illegals voting there

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