EXIT POLLS ARE IN – This Could Be a Landslide [VIEW RESULTS]

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We’re still a few hours away from having a presidential winner, but the results are already pouring in.

This year, Vice has teamed up with Votecastr to bring Americans voting turnout data from the battleground states in real time. Here’s the latest from then in seven key battleground states that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are currently fighting over:

Florida

  • 74.9 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 49 percent
  • Trump: 45 percent

Colorado:

  •  72.2 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 47 percent
  • Trump: 42 percent

Iowa:

  • 55.9 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 45 percent
  • Trump: 46 percent

Wisconsin:

  • 47.9 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 49 percent
  • Trump: 43 percent

Nevada:

  • 58.7 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 47 percent
  • Trump: 44 percent

Ohio:

  • 59.8 percent of expected total voters
  • Clinton: 46 percent
  • Trump: 45 percent

Pennsylvania

  • 45.9 percent of expected total voters
  • Hillary: 48 percent
  • Trump: 44 percent

“VoteCastr’s models and methods are based on the same techniques that presidential campaigns use,” Vice reported. “Its founders were part of previous presidential campaigns for Barack Obama and George W. Bush. What we see is likely what the war rooms inside the presidential campaigns are seeing.”

Though Clinton appears to have a lead as we go into the final hours of the election, this means less than you’d expect at this point. Republicans typically vote later in the day, as many of them wait until after they get out of work to cast their ballots. This means that Trump is still very much in this race and could still win at this time.

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