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ABC News 16 Nov 2020

Americans divided over presidential election results

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ABC's Martha Raddatz travels to Ohio and talks with voters about the 2020 election results and the path forward for our country.


The presidential election results are still undetermined. Vice President Joe Biden leads with 253 electoral votes compared to President Donald Trump with 213, according to CBS News. Six states remain uncalled for: Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina and Pennsylvania. In Arizona, pro-Trump supporters gathered in Phoenix upset about how they say the ballots are being counted. Inside Edition Digital's Leigh Scheps has more.
CGTN's Roee Ruttenberg and Bill Schneider, a professor of Policy, Government, and International Affairs at George Mason University, discuss the U.S. Presidential Election results.
Live results from the 2020 presidential election as Americans vote in races for the presidency, 11 governorships, 35 Senate seats and all 435 House seats.

Final polls show the race between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden has tightened since mid-October, both nationally and in battleground states.

Biden's lead in USA TODAY's average of averages, which is based on data from RealClearPolitics and FiveThirtyEight, reached double-digits on Oct. 12, but has since fallen back to a 7.5-percentage point lead. That leaves him back roughly in the same position USA TODAY found him in its first poll roundup on Sept. 28, when his polling average lead over Trump was 7.2 points.

Beyond the presidency, Tuesday's election may result in changes in Congress, where Democrats want to regain control of the Republican-led Senate and Democrats hope to expand their advantage in the House.
Live results from the 2020 presidential election as Americans vote in races for the presidency, 11 governorships, 35 Senate seats and all 435 House seats.

Final polls show the race between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden has tightened since mid-October, both nationally and in battleground states.

Biden's lead in USA TODAY's average of averages, which is based on data from RealClearPolitics and FiveThirtyEight, reached double-digits on Oct. 12, but has since fallen back to a 7.5-percentage point lead. That leaves him back roughly in the same position USA TODAY found him in its first poll roundup on Sept. 28, when his polling average lead over Trump was 7.2 points.

Beyond the presidency, Tuesday's election may result in changes in Congress, where Democrats want to regain control of the Republican-led Senate and Democrats hope to expand their advantage in the House.

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