Florida Voting Results 2016 : Election Results State-by-State: Who’s Leading?

Florida Voting Results 2016 – Voters line up waiting for the polls to open, on the first day of early voting at the Provo Recreation Center, on October 25, 2016 in Provo, Utah. Early voting in the 2016 presidential election begins October 25 for Utah residents and is open until November 4. (Getty)

Florida Voting Results 2016

Election Day is exactly two weeks away, but millions of Americans across the country have already cast their ballot. Early voting is underway all over the United States, including in Florida, the most significant state in the 2016 election. If Donald Trump does not win Florida, he does not have any realistic path to 270 electoral votes, so a Hillary Clinton victory here would all but guarantee that she will be the next president of the United States.

In Florida, early voting is held from October 24th through November sixth. On the off chance that you’d get a kick out of the chance to vote early, simply check this PDF by means of the condition of Florida Voting Results 2016 to figure out where you have to go and what the surveying hours are. The hours shift by district, however you by and large have somewhere around 10 and 12 hours, with numerous surveying places opening at 8 and shutting down at 6.

The condition of Florida Voting Results 2016 discharges measurements every day telling us what number of individuals have voted early. They don’t put out data about what competitor these individuals voted in favor of, yet they do isolate it up by Democrat and Republican voters, thus this by and large gives us a thought of if the Democratic or Republican applicant is ahead of the pack.

Before we get into the outcomes, how about we investigate how the 2012 early voting numbers stacked up with the genuine race result for Florida Voting Results 2016. Four years back, these early numbers gave us a truly exact thought of who might win the state. That year, 4.3 million individuals voted right on time in Florida, with 43 percent of them being Democrats and 40 percent being Republicans. At last, as those insights propose, Barack Obama won Florida, in spite of the fact that by a littler edge than that; he took 50 percent of the vote to Romney’s 49.1 percent.

Florida Voting Results 2016

In view of that, here’s the place Florida Voting Results 2016 remains as of Wednesday, October 25th.

As such, the numbers propose a to a great degree tight race. Among the individuals who have as of now cast their ticket, whether it’s via mail or by truant, a larger number of Republicans have done as such than Democrats. Around 665,000 Republicans have voted early in this way, contrasted with 658,000 Democrats. Notwithstanding, when you figure the quantity of voters who have gotten a poll via mail yet have not yet sent it back in, the Democrats would lead the pack. Accepting each one of those individuals give back their polls, 1.39 million Democrats will have voted early contrasted with 1.36 Republicans.

It ought to be noted, however, that we can’t be sure that those Republican tickets were really thrown for Donald Trump, and the same with Democrats and Hillary Clinton. In a late CBS News/YouGov survey of Florida voters, 91 percent of Democrats said they wanted to vote in favor of Hillary Clinton, while 82 percent of Republicans wanted to vote in favor of Donald Trump. Eight percent of those Republicans said they would vote in favor of Clinton, while four percent said they’re voting in favor of Gary Johnson, one percent said Jill Stein, two percent said another person, and four percent said they aren’t certain.

Here are the early voting brings about Florida Voting Results 2016 separated by county.This outline joins votes cast face to face, votes cast via mail, and non-attendant votes given out however not yet returned. The rest of the percent of voters are the individuals who don’t host a gathering connection, which for a few areas is a quite generous number.

Voters line up sitting tight for the surveys to open, on the principal day of early voting at the Provo Recreation Center, on October 25, 2016 in Provo, Utah. Early voting in the 2016 presidential race starts October 25 for Utah inhabitants and is open until November 4. (Getty)

A large number of Americans had as of now voted as of October 25, and early voting is hinting at quality for Hillary Clinton that matches latest surveying.

Democrats are surpassing their 2012 early voting counts in a few states, for example, North Carolina, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona and Utah. Trump is holding unfaltering in Ohio, Iowa, and Georgia, however even the last state went for Mitt Romney by a more prominent edge than Trump is surveying all things considered there. Besides, Clinton can at present win the Electoral College regardless of the possibility that she loses the above states where Trump is performing admirably, and she’s infringing on states that quite often go red.

Surveys indicate she is running nearer than anticipated in Texas (last won by a Democratic presidential applicant in 1976) and in Arizona, which, other than Bill Clinton squeaking through in 1996, last voted in favor of a Democratic president in 1948. In spite of the fact that it’s less clear in Texas, which doesn’t report party alliance of early voters, Arizona early voting patterns coordinate the surveying by showing that Hillary Clinton has a shot there.

It’s clearly a risk sign that Trump is safeguarding what is regularly dependable Republican turf this late in the amusement. Everything means a situation in which the Republican chosen one is on guard in the winding down days of the battle, despite the fact that he’s blamed surveyors for oversampling Democrats and is guaranteeing the surveying results are fake. Considerably more unpropitious for Trump, however, there are a few signs that Clinton is “indicating quality” in Florida Voting Results 2016, The Associated Press found. Popularity based early voting in North Carolina and Florida is outpacing Barack Obama’s 2012 pace and Republican early voting was behind Mitt Romney’s pace – a pattern found in some other battleground states.

Here are the early voting results in Florida broken down by county.This chart combines votes cast in person, votes cast by mail, and absentee ballots given out but not yet returned. The remaining percent of voters are those who do not have a party affiliation, which for some counties is a pretty substantial number.

County % Republican % Democrat
Alachua 28.8 53.6
Baker 54.8 38.1
Bay 55.8 30.1
Bradford 48.5 41.4
Brevard 47.4 33.0
Broward 23.4 55.8
Calhoun 28.8 65.0
Charlotte 47.6 31.4
Citrus 50.8 30.9
Clay 60.6 21.5
Collier 56.0 23.6
Columbia 47.2 39.5
DeSoto 38.8 48.2
Dixie 44.8 44.2
Duval 45.1 39.9
Escambia 51.3 44.0
Flagler 45.4 34.2
Franklin 34.8 54.1
Gadsden 16.0 78.0
Gilchrist 55.4 34.3
Glades 46.4 44.0
Gulf 49.8 43.0
Hamilton 33.6 58.9
Hardee 48.9 38.6
Hendry 43.1 47.4
Hernando 44.0 36.3
Highlands 49.1 34.7
Hillsborough 42.7 36.0
Holmes 57.6 37.2
Indian River 52.1 28.1
Jackson 38.6 55.4
Jefferson 29.2 63.1
Lafayette 35.7 59.6
Lake 48.8 33.3
Lee 50.1 27.1
Leon 30.8 27.9
Levy 53.9 33.6
Liberty 19.0 76.2
Madison 31.8 60.5
Manatee 47.5 31.6
Marion 50.3 33.5
Martin 55.6 26.0
Miami-Dade 33.3 43.1
Monroe 43.5 36.7
Nassau 60.5 24.5
Okaloosa 62.0 20.5
Okeechobee 52.8 35.8
Orange 29.0 48.1
Osceola 27.7 46.7
Palm Beach 28.3 50.0
Pasco 41.2 35.8
Pinellas 38.7 38.7
Polk 42.5 38.2
Putnam 44.7 44.0
Santa Rosa 62.9 20.1
Sarasota 42.6 36.9
Seminole 42.5 35.7
St. Johns 55.8 26.1
St. Lucie 36.5 43.0
Sumter 52.4 28.3
Suwannee 47.7 42.3
Taylor 38.2 56.7
Union 42.5 49.8
Volusia 41.7 36.6
Wakulla 41.6 47.7
Walton 66.0 20.2
Washington 55.0 38.0

 

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  8. Anybody that votes for Trump is an Idiot. This guy only cares about one thing and that’s Donald Trump.He doesn’t know anything about running a country he only cares about the next million he can make. I agree that Clinton is not the best either but she is way smarter and experienced that that clown. They both have ghosts in their closets so who is the better of two evils.I would say Clinton so unless your an Idiot this guy is gonna Destroy this country with his ego and his know everything attitude. Do the right thing for this country they are both bad but at least Clinton has experience and will not cause war world 3.

  9. @Jean

    Your grandmother taught you wrong. Women are NOT the most polite nor are they naive. Women can be vicious and ugly. I am a woman and I know my sex very well. Trump is not a racist, Hillary is. Not only that she is a liar, she has repeatedly lied to the American people, she let three men get murdered even when they begged for help. She sat in front of the senate and lied to them with a straight face. She is also a socialist pig who will take away our freedoms. So, you go ahead and vote for her so I can sit back and laugh my ass off when all you idiots who voting for her get all your rights taken away. Don’t go crying to grandma because she knows nothing. The first thing she should have taught you is how to speak and write English.

    I will pray for the future you will never have under a hillary president. Good luck. I am laughing already

  10. @Jean

    Your grandmother taught you wrong. Women are NOT the most polite nor are they naive. Women can be vicious and ugly. I am a woman and I know my sex very well. Trump is not a racist, Hillary is. Not only that she is a liar, she has repeatedly lied to the American people, she let three men get murdered even when they begged for help. She sat in front of the senate and lied to them with a straight face. She is also a socialist pig who will take away our freedoms. So, you go ahead and vote for her so I can sit back and laugh my ass off when all you idiots who voting for her get all your rights taken away. Don’t go crying to grandma because she know nothing. The first thing she should have taught you is how to speak and write English.

    I will pray for the future you will never have under a hillary president. Good luck. I am laughing already

  11. If Trump wins election the Dow Jones will go down, the economy will be down too, who going to pay for the debts of trillions we owe, think in economy not in words out of logic

  12. Since Donald Trump is so proud of paying no taxes, maybe he can open a no fee, tax free university, for all, to teach ALL americans to do the same. Then, we can shut down the government entirely…just let Trump run everything!! Why NOT!!

  13. Republicanism = conservativism and conservativism = racism. Trump is a: sexist, racist, egotistical, homophobic, bigot. Those that vote for a sexist, racist, egotistical, homophobic, bigot must also hold those same beliefs.

  14. If anyone in this country votes for Hillary they have their head in the sand. Please I urge you to watch the news watch Fox hear what a thief and a liar she is we are in danger if she becomes president. Watch Wiki links the secret talks with I believe it’s 22 other countries that has been going on since 2013 they’re trying to come to an agreement regarding trade and service agreement which involves everyone of us this is headed by the US, EU and 22 other countries. If she’s elected she will just take Obama’s place in the secret talks. Please don’t be fooled buy her in 30 years that she has been in government office look what has taken place in the last 30 years please don’t vote for her please

  15. I believe in America. I stand for for this flag.I want to see this country turn around. I voted early this week for Trump. His for this country,our vets, looking out for us.

  16. This guy is crasy. I don’t think he really want to be president: he wants to make money after the election. If he become president, he cannot deal any body of a personal interest.also he doesn’t respected woman. I will love to see this guy sitting with his wife and talk.when i was a young men, raise by aunt, she always said to me, you must respected a woman.because they are the must polite, and naive. So i ‘m voting for hillary…

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