Election Swingometer lets you calculate the result of the 2016 United States presidential election by inputting the swing (extent of the change in voter support compared to the 2012 presidential election) to each candidate. Deriving its calculations using the Butler swing method, Election Swingometer allows you to see how each state will vote, and how many electors will be appointed to the Electoral College for each candidate.
The election takes place on Tuesday, November 8 2016, and will be the 58th United States presidential election. The candidate for the Democratic Party is former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Fellow New Yorker and businessman Donald Trump is the Republican Party's candidate, whilst Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein are also on the ballot in enough states to theoretically win the Electoral College and become the 45th President of the United States.
With Election Swingometer, you can see how each state is predicted to vote when inputting a percentage swing to a candidate based on historical voting records.
Whether you are a Democrat or Republican (or something else altogether), Election Swingometer lets you predict the result, and predict which candidate will be sworn in on the steps of the US Capitol Building at noon on Friday, January 20 2017.