More than 100 million Americans voted nationwide earlier than the polls opened on Election Day, in line with a survey of election officers by CNN, Edison Research, and Catalist.
These votes signify greater than 47% of registered voters nationwide. Twenty-one states and Washington, DC, have seen greater than half of their registered voters solid ballots already.
Pre-Election Day voting has skyrocketed nationwide through the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. At least six states, together with Texas, Hawaii, Nevada, Washington, Arizona and Montana have surpassed their complete turnout from the 2016 common election in latest days.
In an extra seven states, the pre-election vote represents at the least 90% of their 2016 complete vote – North Carolina, Oregon, Colorado, New Mexico, Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee.
Nationwide, the 100.2 million ballots already solid represents 73% of the greater than 136.5 million ballots solid within the 2016 presidential election.
At least 37 states and Washington, DC have crossed their midway marks for complete 2016 ballots solid, together with 14 of CNN’s 16 most competitively-ranked states - Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Nevada, Florida, Arizona, Colorado, Wisconsin, Maine, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio
Rather less than half of the votes already solid this cycle comes from these 16 key states, which can play an important function in figuring out who wins the presidency this 12 months.
Some voter info comes from Catalist, an organization that gives knowledge, analytics and different providers to Democrats, lecturers and nonprofit issue-advocacy organizations and is giving insights into who’s voting earlier than November.