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Date of Prediction: 2018-11-05 Version:10

Prediction Map
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* = Pickup via defeat of incumbent; ^ = Pickup of an open seat

Confidence Map
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Prediction States Won
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35 |
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Confidence States Won
17 |
35 |
50 |

State Pick-ups

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Predicted Senate Control (116th Congress):
Party Seats Up Seats Not Up Total Seats

Prediction Score (max Score = 70)

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Member Comments
 By: bluemcdowell (D-WV) 2018-11-06 @ 03:43:11 prediction Map
I love you my friend, but not surprisingly disagree on several states. I think you are overestimating the Republican Wave and Trump's popularity. The question that remains is will Dems turn out this year? We normally struggle in off-year elections, but 2018 seems to be exception so far. To me, Democratic turnout, or the lack thereof, will decide this election. I am also interested to see how independents vote as well, even though they are shrinking (sad but true) in both parties. Nelson in FL and Donnelly in IN look surprisingly good for the Dems right now (I am pleasantly shocked by both of them), and even though Heller has been leading in NV for the past month or so, early voting turnout for the Dems is strong there, plus polls in NV (I don't know why either) almost always underestimate the Democratic candidates there. I don't know if that's true statewide, but it is on a national level. I think AZ may go Democratic, simply because we have a strong Dem candidate there. MO I am leaning Republican, only because of the weak McCaskill, and Trump seems rather strong there as well. As I always say, wait and see as always! The Republican Party is stuck with Trump (I get the impression you strongly support him too edwardsna) for better or for worse. We will find out tomorrow, or maybe even later, since I think so many elections are so razor thin close right now they will take that long to decide, and I am not joking either. We live in a Purple Country right now, not a Red One, and not a Blue Country, but most states are sadly solidly Blue or Red. Very few Purple States on a national level. However, on the state level, most seem to be purple in this particular election, for whatever reason...

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 By: bluemcdowell (D-WV) 2019-01-24 @ 01:34:57 prediction Map
Like I expected the Red and Blue Waves never occurred. It was a Purple Wave instead. This country is a Purple Country right now, with mostly Red and Blue areas of it.

User's Predictions

Prediction Score States Percent Total Accuracy Ver #D Rank
P 2018 Senate 32/35 23/35 55/70 78.6% pie 10 1 67T
P 2018 Governor 31/36 22/36 53/72 73.6% pie 6 3 164T
P 2017 Governor 1/2 1/2 2/4 50.0% pie 1 93 98T
P 2016 President 51/56 32/56 83/112 74.1% pie 50 1 114T
P 2016 Senate 31/34 22/34 53/68 77.9% pie 27 1 16T
P 2016 Governor 10/12 6/12 16/24 66.7% pie 9 1 25T
P 2015 Governor 2/3 2/3 4/6 66.7% pie 11 0 8T
Aggregate Predictions 158/178 108/178 266/356 74.7% pie

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