Electoral Vote Predictor 2004:   Kerry 251   Bush 286

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electoral college strong kerry Strong Kerry (146)
electoral college weak kerry Weak Kerry (37)
electoral college barely kerry Barely Kerry (69)
electoral college tied Exactly tied (0)
electoral college barely bush Barely Bush (37)
electoral college weak bush Weak Bush (66)
electoral college strong bush Strong Bush (183)
Needed to win: 270
Dec. 31 Election results RSS

News from the Votemaster

A reader asked an interesting question: What is the smallest number of states you have to win to be president? By sorting the spreadsheet on EVs, you get the answer easily: 11. A candidate who wins the following 11 states gets 271 electoral votes and thus wins: New Jersey, North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Florida, New York, Texas, Georgia, and California

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