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  1. Swing state - Wikipedia

    In American politics, the term swing state refers to any state that could reasonably be won by either the Democratic or Republican presidential candidate. These states are usually targeted by both major-party campaigns, especially in competitive elections.


  2. Swing state | Define Swing state at Dictionary.com

    • The terms swing state, battleground state, and purple state are like three friends talking about the same thing, but from different perspectives.


  3. Swing state - Conservapedia

    See early voting for an analysis of voting in swing states. Swing states are states in which neither the Republican nor Democratic candidate has a clear majority of the voters' support prior to a Presidential election, and therefore could "swing" the election results in either direction.


  4. Swing States

    • I always wondered how much those swing states actually swing. So I looked at the results of presidential elections over the last 100 years...


  5. States and Their Leanings - How the Swing States Work | HowStuffWorks

    • This winner-take-all system is what led to the creation of swing states, as well as states in which votes just aren't particularly important. How can you tell the two apart?


  6. Swing state

    • A swing state (also, battleground state or purple state) in United States presidential politics is a state in which no candidate has overwhelming support...


  7. Swing state : Wikis (The Full Wiki)

    • 2008 swing states. States where the margin of victory was less than 6% are colored red if McCain won and blue if Obama won.


  8. Swing state - Mashpedia Free Video Encyclopedia

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  9. Swing-State Map, List & Polls - POLITICO.com

    • POLITICO's Swing-State map features the most recent Real Clear Politics polling average in the most competitive states as identified by POLITICO.


  10. Swing States to Watch in the 2016 Election

    • Swing states, and issues in swing states, tend to influence the campaign messages of presidential candidates, and their overall goals while in office.