The Electoral College scoreboard for the 2016 elections gives Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton an edge in votes over Republican Donald J. Trump, according to ABC News.
Both are now the presumptive nominees of their respective political parties.
ABC News’ electoral map puts Clinton at 262 electoral votes and Trump at 191, when including both solid and lean states.
That's a huge (yuge!) lead for Clinton.
In their analysis, eighty-five electoral votes are in toss-up states.
A candidate needs 270 to win the White House, so if the ABC News polling and analysis is accurate, Donald J. Trump has almost no chance of winning in November over Hillary Rodham Clinton.
But both Clinton and Trump are disliked by a majority of American voters, so this election could be unpredictable.
ABC News notes the electoral math in their analysis:
"Six tossup states worth 85 electoral votes could tip the election Clinton’s way, as Trump would likely need to win nearly all these states in order to win the White House. Ohio will be one of the key states to watch: The Buckeye State has voted with the winner of the White House every year since 1960.
Other tossup states this year include large electoral vote prizes like Florida, North Carolina and Virginia, all of which were decided by less than 4 percentage points in the 2012 election. Iowa and New Hampshire, which kicked off the primary voting season, could also go either way in this year’s presidential race."
Hillary Clinton claimed the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday night after decisive victories in the California, New Jersey and New Mexico primaries.