By Martin Quick
2016’s presidential election needs no introduction: from the rants of Donald Trump to the (two) email scandals of Hillary Clinton and from Bernie Sander’s mini-revolution to the tearing-up of the Republican Party, it has been a process like no other. But, with both party’s establishment already on their knees, it seems as if another pillar of American politics is also in jeopardy: the two-party system.
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.