Trump vs Biden:
charts
to understand
the vote

May 24, 2024
28 May
Texas: nonpresidential primary runoff

On Nov. 5, American voters will choose the next president of the United States. In this page, we explain the run-up to the vote with maps and graphs, with a special focus on the industry sectors closest to the candidates.

The data is provided to Lab24 by FinScience, a fintech company of the Datrix Group. The polling data is to be taken with particular caution because according to the American electoral system, the delegate vote at the state level is decisive.

In 2016, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but not that of the big voters. Therefore, Trump became president.

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Update May 24, 2024

America on the ballot

Polls relating to the two candidates by state. Data aggregated by FinScience based on results from 173 US pollsters**. From the menu you can switch to the funding map
Polls
Financing
Source: Sec. **More details in the final notes
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Update May 24, 2024

National polls

Average of nationwide polls
Source: FinScience
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How popular are Biden and Trump? Finscience extracts this data by analysing the spread of news about the candidates on social networks. In parallel, the analysis looks at 'sentiment', i.e. the tone of the news in relation to the candidates.

In general, the sentiment of politicians tends to be very negative as mostly negative news is shared. However, the data can be useful to make a comparison between the two candidates. The investment sectors closest to the two candidates also emerge.

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Update May 24, 2024

Candidates’ popularity

Historical series of sentiment and popularity at national level
Source: FinScience
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Update May 24, 2024

Hot topics

Main topics associated
with the US elections
Source: FinScience

Industry sectors

Main industry sectors associated
with the US elections
Source: FinScience
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Update May 24, 2024

Wall Street: the stocks closest to the candidates

A selection of stocks that could benefit from Trump winning and a selection for Biden, compared with the performance of the S&P500
Source: FinScience
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Update May 24, 2024

Socio-economic variables of the vote

Correlation for each state between voting intentions for one of the two parties and the value in that state of a series of indices
Sources: FinScience and Census
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Update March 29, 2024

Previous elections

The results of presidential elections from 1976 to the present day with details of the preferences of individual states. Click on the cards to find out who won
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