The United States, one of the world’s largest forces, is undergoing a ballot count for the selection of the next president. Whatever the end result, there is still a tough competition in important states that are on the way to regain power. Counting of votes still continues, and whether Republican candidate Donald Trump will come to power again or Democrat Joe Biden, it is difficult to say.
President Trump has won in states with a large number of electoral votes, such as Texas and Florida. Trump also has a strong hold in Ohio and Iowa, where Biden worked hard over the past few months. Trump’s election campaign tried to bring New Hampshire and Minnesota to Republican account, but Biden won in both states.
In this election, the political map of America is taking almost the same shape as the 2016 election. However, many important changes are also seen in it. Georgia, a longtime Republican Party, is still unclear. Biden is also proving successful in bringing Arizona to him. In such a situation, there will also be hope for Biden to lose to Pennsylvania if he maintains an edge in Nevada.
This shows that the result of the election will depend on the results of six states. These states include Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Trump must win in Pennsylvania to stay in the White House. In this case, they would need only three more votes from the rest of the states. They would have to win in all five states without Pennsylvania.
Biden leads in Wisconsin and Nevada and must win in these states to win the election. If these two states come to Biden’s account, he will need to win in one of the states of Georgia, Pennsylvania or Michigan to stay in the race. Biden can also become president by losing to Pennsylvania if he wins Arizona and Michigan or Wisconsin.