The Washington Post has teamed up with political map maker Thematic Map to create a political map of the U.S. showing the country’s political makeup and the candidates most likely to win.
The map, created by ThematicMap, combines data from data-mining tools such as FiveThirtyEight, RealClearPolitics, and FiveThirtyEyes.
According to Thematic, the map shows which candidates are most likely “to win the election, who will be most vulnerable to the Trump administration, and which candidates will be the most vulnerable in the 2020 election.”
Thematic’s map uses data from the Federal Election Commission, which tracks political spending by parties, candidates, and election campaigns, to estimate how much each party is spending in the election.
From the data, Thematic calculated that, on average, each of the top five political parties spend between $200 million and $500 million per election cycle, and the bottom three spend between a third and half of that amount.
(See chart below.)
To help readers better understand how these numbers work, Thematic has produced a chart that summarizes the numbers from each party’s data sources.
As you can see, there are three major candidates who are the most likely candidates to win the White House: Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, and Ted Cruz.
While this chart is a quick summary of the information, the numbers are also important.
For example, Trump and Sanders are the two most likely Republican candidates to get the presidency in 2020, while Trump’s current position is not a strong indication of his chances.
In addition, Ted Cruz is the most dangerous Republican candidate in the Senate, but he has not received as much money from outside groups as Trump or Sanders.
Finally, Trump is far and away the most unpopular candidate in America.
So while the map may be a useful tool to help you better understand who the political candidates are and how much money they’re spending in their campaigns, it also provides some useful information on who may be running the country.
To get a better sense of which candidates stand a good chance of winning the Whitehouse in 2020 and what candidates are likely to lose in the 2018 midterm elections, Themalem Map also provides a breakdown of each candidate’s base of support.
This breakdown is not the same as how many voters the candidates have, but it is an indication of how well each candidate has established a base of supporters.
Candidates that have a significant base of voters are the ones that are most susceptible to losing their seats in Congress in 2020.
That said, the chart below, as well as the full chart, can be found here: The political map: Who is most likely winners in 2020?
Thematic Map’s political map illustrates which candidates most closely match the opinions of the American public.
Below are the top candidates for the U/S Senate, as of January 2018.
Here are the next most likely outcomes for each candidate.
Note that this chart only shows how likely each candidate is to win a seat in Congress, not how likely he or she is to lose.
Source: Thematic Maps/Thematic Maps (click to enlarge)The map also gives a look at which candidates have the most potential to win in the House.
On average, candidates who have a favorable rating of 80% or better get to the WhiteHouse in 2018.
This means that the most effective candidates in the upcoming elections could very well be Republican incumbents who have been in office for more than 10 years.
But the map also shows how vulnerable incumbents like Mike Coffman and Tom McClintock could be to Republican challengers.
With the exception of the candidates who got the least support from outside money, the most expensive incumbents would likely lose in a Republican primary.
However, the Map also shows that the 2018 midterms will be close, with only about a dozen of the 25 incumbents that won reelection in 2018 likely to be re-elected.
And while incumbents such as Tom McClinter, Tom MacArthur, and Bob Goodlatte may not be as vulnerable to challengers as their Democratic counterparts, incumbents will not have much power in the 2019 elections, as there will be only one candidate for each House seat in 2019.
Even so, incumbency could prove a tough road for the 2018 Democratic candidates.
Democrats have not yet won a seat for at least 40 years.
And they are unlikely to do so for very long, as the 2020 midterm elections are set to be one of the most competitive in decades.
It should be noted that the map does not include candidates for Congress that are running in states that will be held by the same parties that will hold the Senate in 2018 and 2019.
In other words, there is a chance that the Democrats may face an uphill battle in 2018 in the Northeast and the Midwest.
Additionally, while incumbency