Blue Arizona? | Clinton projected to win Arizona


In the past 40 years, Arizona has voted for a Democratic presidential candidate only once, in 1996.  Interestingly, that was for Bill Clinton’s second term in office.  Now, for only the second time in 44 years, a Democratic candidate is actually leading in the polls.

As of today, Hillary Clinton leads in the Grand Canyon State, by a margin of 45.5% of likely voters to Donald Trump’s 44.4%.  While this margin is thin, it is significant because at the start of this election cycle Arizona was considered a “red state” which was not in play.

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(Source: FiveThirtyEight.com)

 

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