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Responsive interactive graphic showing the results of the presidential election on a geographical map and a cartogram (i.e. with the size of the state reflecting the weight of the electoral college votes in that state). There is also a breakdown of the state-by-state results. The results update automatically on the day. Before the results start coming in, projection results from polls are shown.


Live uitslagen van de Amerikaanse presidentsverkiezingen

By Phil Bainbridge

November 3, 2020 - U.S. voters go to the polls to decide who will become the next President of the United States on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, with a choice of the two oldest candidates in the country’s history – 74-year-old incumbent Donald Trump, and Democrat Joe Biden, aged 77. A large number of voters are likely to post in their ballot due to the coronavirus pandemic, meaning the result may not be known until days - if not weeks - later, and raises the prospect of a contested election due to alleged mail-in voting fraud.

NOTE TO EDITORS: This graphic will automatically change from projections to exit polls at 00:01 GMT November 3, and then to live counts and finally declared results as they are announced. First updates expected after the first polls close East Coast at 19:00 local time (00:00GMT Nov 4).

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PUBLISHED: 10/11/2020; STORY: Graphic News