What is the ‘New York’ and ‘California’ map?

The first map of the 2020 election cycle, released Wednesday by The Associated Press, shows how California, New York and other states voted.

In 2016, California’s vote was split 49-49 between Trump and Hillary Clinton.

California, with 2.9 million people, went for Trump by 7,900 votes.

The map is based on the results from a statewide survey of voters in California.

It showed Trump’s margin of victory over Clinton in the state at more than 2.8 million votes.

The maps show how each state voted in 2016.

The states have similar populations and demographics.

New York has more than 11 million people and New Jersey more than 8.4 million.