Experts say that the results of the exit polls are not relevant, that this year they should be made and interpreted differently, due to the pandemic.

The most important issues considered by voters were the economy (34%), racial inequality (21%), coronavirus (18%), crime and safety (11%) and health care policy (11%).

Asked how confident they are that the votes will be counted correctly, 46% of respondents said they were “very confident”.

In addition, 81% of Republican voters voted convinced of Trump, while in the case of Democratic voters, 64% voted for Biden, and 31% said they voted against Trump.

The American press is already writing about a record number of voters in the United States. More than 102 million people voted early in the most expensive election in history, which cost $ 14 billion.

Latin Americans turned out in record numbers this year. The data show that it is more than 8.6 million people. Experts say that unlike African Americans, who are united in the option, the vote of Latin Americans is divided.

Most voters who went to the polls were between 45 and 64 years old (38%), and 55% of the total did not have higher education.

The result of the postal vote will be available no earlier than Friday, CNN reports.

Donald Trump said on Tuesday he was convinced he would get the vote of 306 voters, well over the 270 needed to win the new term. In the polls, Democrat Joe Biden is leading comfortably, but the states of Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Carolina, Arizona, Florida and Georgia will have an important say.

No Democrat has won Georgia or Arizona since 1976, and Texas has not won since 1986.

While Trump predicted “a magnificent victory,” Biden said he wanted to “reinstate decency in the White House.”

Secretary of State for National Security Chad Wolf said on Tuesday morning that there was no evidence that “an external factor” had compromised the votes in this year’s presidential election.

The incumbent president spent the day in Washington and will follow the results from the East Wing of the White House, along with family and close counselors, while Joe Biden, who was at church this morning, to visit the grave of his first wife and son Beau , spent the day in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

With these elections, Democrats hope to gain control of the Senate. Democrats have won the popular vote in six of the last seven presidential elections.