If you live in any of the states below, your chances of ever seeing a Presidential or Vice Presidential candidate are very, very, slim. Candidates see no need to court voters in these states. Just as the candidates ignore these states you may do the same on Election Night.
The Reddest of the Red states:
Currently the most Republican state is Nebraska where the average of polls shows Trump up by 27%. Followed by:
Oklahoma and Idaho where Trump leads by 24%.
In the Clintons home state of Arkansas Trump’s on top by 20%.
Trump leads in West Virginia by 18%.
Kentucky has Trump up by 17%.
In Mississippi and Louisiana Trump leads by 15%.
Trump will easily carry North Dakota, Wyoming, and Alabama although Realclearpolitics.com has no polls for those states.
The Bluest of the Blue States:
Hard to believe that Maryland is consistently the bluest state in the country, but it is. Clinton has an average lead there of 32.6%. The latest poll in Maryland shows her up by a whopping 36%.
In Massachusetts Clinton leads by 29.4%.
Clinton is leading in California by 22.3%.
In New York Clinton’s lead is 21%.
Hawaii and Washington DC will also vote overwhelmingly for Clinton but there are no polls available.