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Trump or Biden-- Anxieties Overloaded

 


Anxieties overloaded to hear the final results of the U.S. Presidential Election 2020. There could be no chance to witness a more tough, compete and complex election as this before American history. Both candidates and supporters are in a stressful level of play now.

Polls have opened in the east of the country after a long and bitter campaign amid the coronavirus pandemic. Nearly 100 million people have already cast their ballots in early voting, putting the country on course for its highest turnout in a century.

Mr Trump, sounding a little hoarse, spoke to Fox News by phone, saying he felt good about his chances of victory and predicting he would win "big" in key states such as Florida and Arizona.

"I think we have a really solid chance of winning," he said. Asked when he would declare victory, he added: "When there's victory. If there's victory... there's no reason to play games."

Joe Biden is leading ​Donald Trump in the national polls for the presidential election according to the reports. But that doesn’t guarantee ​the Democratic candidate victory. Hillary Clinton also had a clear lead over Trump in the polls for almost the entire 2016 campaign. She ended up losing in the electoral college.

 The winner of the election is determined through a system called the electoral college. Each of the 50 states, plus Washington DC, is given a number of electoral college votes, adding up to a total of 538 votes. 270 people will be enough to decide the president, that is 270 electoral college votes.

The results can take several days for every vote to be counted after any US presidential election, but it is usually pretty clear who the winner is by the early hours of the following morning.

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