From your job to home life, and now elections, COVID-19 has affected virtually every aspect of day-to-day life. Many Americans cast in their vote by mail, weeks prior to Election Day, however, additional time is required to process and tabulate mail ballots. Thus, the process may take officials days, or even weeks to provide a complete snapshot of unofficial results. Below, I have a map of states currently undecided, states with the most uncertain election outcome, and historical data displaying electoral votes.
Map: Which States are Undecided
This data table shows an aggregation of polls by FiveThirtyEight for the US Presidential election 2020, including a margin of error, for Trump and Biden. The columns are colored by the win chances of each candidate as calculated by FiveThirtyEight. I sorted the win chances into categories, showed on the top of the table.
Data Table: U.S. States with the Most Uncertain Election Outcome
This graph displays estimated electoral votes, with an 80% confidence interval. 270 electoral votes are needed to win the election
Graph: Electoral Votes