Between growing tension at polling stations in which votes continue to be counted, the US presidency depends on what happens in just three states, which remain unassigned: Nevada, Georgia and Pennsylvania.
With the recent victories of Michigan and Wisconsin, Joe Biden, who is already the most voted candidate in history, is only 6 votes away of the 270 wanted to walk through the White House door.
These are the possibilities it would have:
TO GET PENNSYLVANIA (20 DELEGATED VOTES). The Democratic campaign has focused on the industrial belt of the Midwest, after gaining neighbors Michigan and Wisconsin, the 20 voters of the Pennsylvania Election Committee still remain to be assigned.
According to the latest media projections still Joe Biden has a better chance than Trump in this state, but the difference is not so solid as to note the result.
At this time there are 736,000 ballots to count. Analysts say Biden would have to get 62% of all of them. Most belong to the outskirts of the capital, Philadelphia, presumably more Democratic than Republican for being an urban environment.
DISCUSS GEORGIA (16 DELEGATED VOTES) TO DONALD TRUMP. Donald Trump is ahead in the count in this eastern state. But by a single percentage point and missing tens of thousands of votes to count in a county called Fulton. Although it is not known if they will be enough for Joe Biden, who needs to keep the majority of the vote that remains to be counted. Analysts highlight that it is the tightest fight of how many have occurred in the 2020 presidential elections.
WIN NEVADA (6 DELEGATES) AND CONFIRM ARIZONA (11): When neighboring Arizona (11 delegates) is on the blue side, despite the fact that there are still a handful of votes to be counted, analysts explain that the votes by mail that remain to be counted in Nevada they might be less democratic than you might expect. And here Biden has very little distance with his opponent, Donald Trump.