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US Elections: First exit polls results
08:07, 9 November 2016
US Elections: First exit polls results

According to VoteCastr project, Democrat Hillary Clinton leads in 5 of 7 states

08:07, 9 November 2016

Fox News

According to the first results of exit polls, US presidential candidate from the Democrats, Hillary Clinton leads in Pennsylvania and thus is gaining more than her rival Republican Donald Trump. Reported Drudge Report.

At the same time Trump is ahead in states such as Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, North Carolina and Ohio.

Currently tense battle for victory is in Colorado, Florida, Michigan and Nevada. In these states, it is unclear who exactly will win.

If to plan the votes in the states, according to results of exit polls on the interactive map, it gives Clinton 252 electoral votes, and Trump - 230 votes.

Also, according to CNN, Trump leads in Kentucky (79% of the vote), but there has been processed only 1%of votes.

Trump stepped forward in another one of the seven "hesitating" states - Ohio. At the same time, according to forecast data of VoteCastr project, Democrat Hillary Clinton leads in 5 out of 7 of these states.

In Ohio Trump gets 46% of the vote, and Clinton - 45% (based on the vote of 73.7% of the expected number of voters). Similar preliminary data is in Iowa (based on the vote of 66.5% of the expected number of voters).

Clinton still leads with a score of 48 to 45% in Pennsylvania (63.2% of the expected number of voters), 48 to 45% in Florida (83.9% of the expected number of voters), 46 to 43% in Colorado (80, 3% of the expected number of voters), 48 to 43% in Wisconsin (62% of the expected number of voters), 46 to 45% in Nevada (68.8% of the expected number of voters).

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