By Pablo Gitton
It all started with the infamous Brexit vote back in June. 48 to 52 and the UK realised it now had to leave the EU. David Cameron resigned instantly meaning a new PM would come from somewhere within the sickening Tory frontbenches.
With access to polls from every state the nature of the race is now much clearer, with Clinton leading by 144 Electoral College votes. We have added Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson's polling results to the mix because of his strong showing in several states (he is up to 21% in New Mexico, 19% in Idaho and South Dakota).
For the remainder of 2016's presidential election we will be following the most recent state polling to predict the outcome of November's election.
The previous map had Clinton on 288 Electoral College votes and Trump on 182. Since then, polls suggest that Pennsylvania (20 EC votes) has swung from Trump to Clinton, and that Vermont (4 EC votes) and Delaware (3 EC) are likely to be won by Clinton.