United States 2016 Election Results: Map of states with the results of the US elections: Trump or Clinton wins

  • Results of the 2020 US elections: this is how the map is drawn by states

Donald Trump is already president of the United States. After knowing the results of the United States Elections and with the closing of the results in Wisconsin, the Republican leader has emerged as the new tenant of the White House despite the great aspirations of Hillary Clinton and the support of the polls.

These are the results, state by state, of the presidential elections in the United States.

  • Indiana: 11 delegates – Trump
  • Kentucky: 8 delegates – Trump
  • Florida: 29 delegates – Trump
  • Georgia: 16 delegates – Trump
  • Virginia: 13 delegates – Clinton
  • South Carolina: 9 delegates – Trump
  • Vermont: 3 delegates – Clinton
  • Ohio: 18 delegates – Trump
  • North Carolina: 15 delegates –Trump
  • West Virginia: 5 delegates – Trump
  • Illinois: 20 delegates – Clinton
  • Pennsylvania: 20 delegates – Trump
  • Michigan: 16 delegates – Trump
  • New Jersey: 14 delegates – Clinton
  • Massachusetts: 11 delegados – Clinton
  • Tennessee: 11 delegados – Clinton
  • Maryland: 10 delegados – Clinton
  • Missouri: 10 delegates – Trump
  • Alabama: 9 delegates – Clinton
  • Connecticut: 7 delegates – Clinton
  • Oklahoma: 7 delegates – Trump
  • Kansas: 6 delegates – Trump
  • Mississippi: 6 delegados – Trump
  • Maine: 4 delegates – Clinton
  • New Hampshire: 4 delegados – Clinton
  • Rhode Island: 4 delegates – Clinton
  • Delaware: 3 delegates – Clinton
  • District of Columbia: 3 delegados – Clinton
  • Arkansas: 6 delegates – Trump
  • Texas: 38 delegates – Trump
  • New York: 29 delegates – Clinton
  • Minnesota: 10 delegates – Clinton
  • Wisconsin: 10 delegates – Trump
  • Colorado: 9 delegates – Clinton
  • Louisiana: 8 delegates – Trump
  • Nebraska: 5 delegates – Trump
  • New Mexico: 5 delegates – Clinton
  • South Dakota: 3 delegados – Trump
  • Wyoming: 3 delegados – Trump
  • Arizona: 11 delegates – Trump
  • Iowa: 6 delegates – Trump
  • Nevada: 6 delegates – Clinton
  • Utah: 6 delegates – Trump
  • Idaho: 4 delegates – Trump
  • Montana: 3 delegates – Trump
  • California: 55 delegates – Clinton
  • Washington: 12 delegates – Clinton
  • Oregon: 7 delegates – Clinton
  • North Dakota: 3 delegados – Trump
  • Hawaii: 4 delegates – Clinton
  • Alaska: 3 delegates – Trump

In this struggle for victory, the ‘hinge states’ or ‘swing states’, which are those where the parties do not have a faithful electorate or where the result of the polls is advantageous for Clinton or Trump by little margin. In these elections, the hinge states are: Florida (29 voters), Ohio (18), North Carolina (15), Pennsylvania (20), Virginia (13), Georgia (16), Michigan (16), Arizona (11), Colorado (9), Iowa (6), Nevada (6) and New Hampshire (4). The importance of these states is such that some experts suggest that Trump could win the elections if he wins in Florida.