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Biden announced as president: state-by-state results update

by world today news

This is the outcome of a highly anticipated election in the United States, but also in the rest of the world. Tens of millions of Americans tried to decide at the polls incumbent President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden.

Biden, announced the winner in Wisconsin, Michigan and now in Pennsylvania and Nevada, was announced new president on Saturday. The Democrat now has 279 voters against 214 for Trump. He has therefore passed the threshold of 270, synonymous with victory and accession to the White House.

The results for Georgia, the state in which Biden ultimately turned first, should be recounted. Arizona and North Carolina could still take a little while.

Whether it is “Swing States”, those states which swing from one election to another, states traditionally inclined for the Republican vote or on the contrary for the Democrats, find the breakdown of their votes below .

Biden announced as president: state-by-state results update

States still undecided (45 voters)

Georgia (16 major voters)

North Carolina (15 major voters)

Arizona (11 major voters)

Alaska (3 major voters)

States won by Trump (214 voters)

Texas (38 grand voters)

Florida (29 major voters)

Ohio (18 major voters)

Tennessee (11 major voters)

Indiana (11 major voters)

Missouri (10 major voters)

Alabama (9 major voters)

Caroline from the south (9 major voters)

Kentucky (8 major voters)

Louisiana (8 major voters)

Oklahoma (7 major voters)

Mississippi (6 major voters)

Arkansas (6 major voters)

Kansas (6 major voters)

Utah (6 major voters)

Iowa (6 major voters)

West Virginia (5 major voters)

Nebraska (4 of the 5 major voters)

Idaho (4 major voters)

Dakota du Nord (3 major voters)

Wyoming (3 major voters)

Dakota du Sud (3 major voters)

Montana (3 major voters)

Maine (1 grand elector)

States won by Biden (279 voters)

Nevada (6 major voters)

Pennsylvania (20 major voters)

California (55 grand voters)

New York (29 major voters)

Illinois (20 major voters)

Michigan (16 major voters)

New Jersey (14 major voters)

Virginie (13 major voters)

Washington (12 major voters)

Massachusetts (11 major voters)

Wisconsin (10 major voters, recount requested)

Maryland (10 major voters)

Minnesota (10 major voters)

Colorado (9 major voters)

Connecticut (7 major voters)

Oregon (7 major voters)

New Mexico (5 major voters)

Rhode Island (4 major voters)

New Hampshire (4 major voters)

Hawaii (4 major voters)

Delaware (3 major voters)

District of Columbia (3 major voters)

Maine (3 major voters)

Vermont (3 major voters)

Nebraska (1 of the 5 major voters)

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