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The time to vote is over, US Presidential election voting results of all states are on its way. The term US election results are not so much as an easy to tackle, especially when it comes to US presidential election results. With the increase of the voting to democratic and republic party, the Liberal party seems to be clean sweep until now. Also, not just the voting but the two dominant parties have been on the beat on media while leaving the third party in no media coverage. But still, let’s consider the third party until US election results are not on the front.

 

Rank in the fifty states, 2015 Rank in all states & territories, 2010 State or territory Population estimate, July 1, 2015 Census population, April 1, 2010 Total seats in House of Representatives, 2013–2023 Estimated pop. per House seat, 2015 Census pop. per House seat, 2010 Percent of total U.S. pop., 2015[note 1]
1 1  California 39,144,818 37,254,503 53 738,581 702,905 12.18%
2 2  Texas 27,469,114 25,146,105 36 763,031 698,487 8.55%
4 3  New York 19,795,791 19,378,087 27 733,177 717,707 6.16%
3 4  Florida 20,271,272 18,804,623 27 750,788 696,345 6.31%
5 5  Illinois 12,859,995 12,831,549 18 714,444 712,813 4.00%
6 6  Pennsylvania 12,802,503 12,702,887 18 711,250 705,688 3.98%
7 7  Ohio 11,613,423 11,536,725 16 725,839 721,032 3.61%
10 8  Michigan 9,922,576 9,884,129 14 708,755 705,974 3.11%
8 9  Georgia 10,214,860 9,688,681 14 729,633 691,975 3.18%
9 10  North Carolina 10,042,802 9,535,692 13 772,523 733,498 3.12%
11 11  New Jersey 8,958,013 8,791,936 12 746,501 732,658 2.79%
12 12  Virginia 8,382,993 8,001,045 11 762,090 727,366 2.61%
13 13  Washington 7,170,351 6,724,543 10 717,035 672,454 2.23%
15 14  Massachusetts 6,794,422 6,547,817 9 754,936 727,514 2.11%
16 15  Indiana 6,619,680 6,484,229 9 735,520 720,422 2.06%
14 16  Arizona 6,828,065 6,392,307 9 758,674 710,224 2.12%
17 17  Tennessee 6,600,299 6,346,275 9 733,367 705,123 2.05%
18 18  Missouri 6,083,672 5,988,927 8 760,459 748,615 1.89%
19 19  Maryland 6,006,401 5,773,785 8 750,800 721,694 1.87%
20 20  Wisconsin 5,771,337 5,687,289 8 721,417 710,873 1.80%
21 21  Minnesota 5,489,594 5,303,925 8 686,199 662,991 1.71%
22 22  Colorado 5,456,574 5,029,324 7 779,511 720,704 1.70%
24 23  Alabama 4,858,979 4,780,127 7 694,140 682,819 1.51%
23 24  South Carolina 4,896,146 4,625,401 7 699,449 660,766 1.52%
25 25  Louisiana 4,670,724 4,533,479 6 778,454 755,562 1.45%
26 26  Kentucky 4,425,092 4,339,349 6 737,515 723,228 1.38%
27 27  Oregon 4,028,977 3,831,073 5 805,795 766,215 1.25%
28 28  Oklahoma 3,911,338 3,751,616 5 782,268 750,270 1.22%
29  Puerto Rico 3,474,182 3,726,157 1[note 2] 1.08%
29 30  Connecticut 3,590,886 3,574,118 5 718,177 714,819 1.13%
30 31  Iowa 3,123,899 3,046,869 4 780,975 761,589 0.97%
32 32  Mississippi 2,992,333 2,968,103 4 748,083 741,824 0.93%
33 33  Arkansas 2,978,204 2,915,958 4 744,551 728,980 0.93%
34 34  Kansas 2,911,641 2,853,132 4 727,910 713,280 0.91%
31 35  Utah 2,995,919 2,763,888 4 748,083 690,221 0.93%
35 36  Nevada 2,890,845 2,700,691 4 722,711 675,110 0.90%
36 37  New Mexico 2,085,109 2,059,192 3 695,036 686,393 0.65%
38 38  West Virginia 1,844,128 1,853,011 3 614,709 617,665 0.57%
37 39  Nebraska 1,896,190 1,826,341 3 632,063 608,780 0.59%
39 40  Idaho 1,654,930 1,567,652 2 827,465 783,791 0.51%
40 41  Hawaii 1,431,603 1,360,301 2 715,802 680,151 0.45%
42 42  Maine 1,329,328 1,328,361 2 664,664 664,181 0.41%
41 43  New Hampshire 1,330,608 1,316,466 2 665,304 658,235 0.41%
43 44  Rhode Island 1,056,298 1,052,931 2 528,149 526,284 0.33%
44 45  Montana 1,032,949 989,417 1 1,032,949 989,415 0.32%
45 46  Delaware 945,934 897,936 1 945,934 897,934 0.29%
46 47  South Dakota 858,469 814,191 1 858,469 814,180 0.27%
48 48  Alaska 738,432 710,249 1 738,432 710,231 0.23%
47 49   North Dakota 756,927 672,591 1 756,927 672,591 0.24%
49 50  Vermont 626,042 625,745 1 626,042 625,741 0.19%
51  District of Columbia 672,228 601,767 1[note 2] 672,228 0.21%
50 52  Wyoming 586,107 563,767 1 586,107 563,626 0.18%
53  Guam 159,358[4] 1[note 2] 0.06%
54  U.S. Virgin Islands 106,405[5] 1[note 2] 0.04%
55  American Samoa 55,519[6] 1[note 2] 0.02%
56  Northern Mariana Islands 53,883[7] 1[note 2] 0.02%
The fifty states 320,746,592 308,156,338 435 737,348 708,376 98.48%
Fifty states + D.C. 321,418,820 308,758,105 435 + 1[note 2] 98.67%
Total U.S. territory 312,913,872 435 + 6[note 2] 100.00%

Counting & US election voting results

While counting the ballot, it is important to understand how the countdown works. To declare that the US election voting results are visible and do not need a proper analysis will then again be an understatement.  For the reason of must rely on the types of votes that are decided by law. The majority of the people believe that the crowd around them chooses the president but in reality, the majority around them makes a tiny difference in the overall US election result. When it comes to the audience, there are some aspects that need to be considered. One idea among this is the probability tipping up the points by chance.  This particular aspect if runs in the areas like Washington DC, Georgia, Columbia and many other states other Hillary majority can be very much benefit for her in getting instant US presidential election results. The state if for definite decides to vote for Hillary or the Democrats in general then the vote electoral college will raise to more than one can imagine. With a great deal of bigger states at Hillary’s side, the chances of a slight tipping point chance can make the US presidential election results very much comfortable. It is for now due to this tipping point type of voting that Hillary has been able to get 77 % of the voting until now as the predictions suggest for US presidential election results.

Understand your power to get positive US presidential election result

Another aspect is the power of the individual voter and it can complicate the very prominent US election results. It is due to such a power index in US election results that we are not able to decide why Trump has been criticized badly in one state while some neighborhoods in that state promote him. Because of the individual vote impact, there are strikes and many others ways in which presented them in support and against the republic party. The liberal party with 7% voting prediction is also a very instance of the individual index. The single vote affects the Electoral College winner therefore to give a final statement is too early for US election voting results.

Ratio that makes US election result

Enough with the technical aspects, considering the popular votes, there is the percentage of 48 and 42 percent in the parties. The popular votes won by Democratic Party in 48% and then by the Republicans it is 42%. This is a very close percentage and can result in disputing results, and therefore we say US election voting results are not easy to reveal. So much for American standing with their popcorn in hand!!

The state division’s votes are counted, and the majority of states are said to be in the count of the Democratic Party during US election results. The party with its great deal of publicity and spending million dollars on just on publicity but just for publicity planning only and Trump on the other side using 10$ million dollars for three states promotional program only. The results are not just based on voting but how votes are gained. In this regards, both parties are making US presidential election results tough to handle. An increasing amount of public appearances and consistent personal targeting is pushing the voters to think once again before making the final decision to make US election voting results.

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