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Follow the U.S. election: Polls, videos, predictions and more

We are taking you beyond the headlines to explore the U.S. election in new ways

The world is watching as Americans prepare to vote for their next president on Nov. 8, in one of the most consequential races in the country’s history.

The outcome will be felt far beyond the boundaries of the U.S., with implications for the world’s economies, markets and foreign relations.

Now through November, Reuters is taking you beyond the headlines to explore the U.S. election in new ways, including with 360 degree photos and videos, and tools to help predict the next president or choose a fantasy White House economic team.

Focus 360: A new way to view events

Reuters and Samsung are showcasing photojournalism in new dimensions through Focus 360 – a new program that provides ‘virtual reality’ 360 degree video and photography news content from around the world.

Polling: Helping predict the next president

States of the Nation logoHave an inkling about who may win the next election? Each week, Reuters/Ipsos polls thousands of Americans for “States of the Nation” to determine who is likely to win the U.S. presidential race. Learn how the new interactive presidential polling tool allows you to explore how each of the candidates’ support translates at the state level in the Electoral College, and how changes in turnout among demographic and political groups could affect the result.

Meanwhile, Reuters/Ipsos Polling Explorer gathers responses to topics of interest in this election.

Cover of "The American Voter" magazine featuring a boxing glove, an American flag, and a ballot boxThe American Voter

In a special edition magazine, “The American Voter,” read about the powerful story of the makeup, mood and outlook of the U.S. electorate. It explains how the voters themselves – not personalities, campaign strategies, party rules or who’s offending whom – are the key to understanding why this year’s U.S. presidential race is like nothing the world has seen before.

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Talk about the election after it happens:

  • Wednesday, Nov. 9: 2016 U.S. Election: The Result – Join us for live analysis with leading Reuters journalists as they discuss the political and financial implications of the U.S. Presidential Election result. Register today.

Follow the action

Use the U.S. Presidential Election App on Thomson Reuters Eikon. Get breaking news from Reuters, impact analysis and insight on the outcome of the election on global financial markets.

Stay current on all of the election happenings from Reuters by checking out and on the Reuters app. Plus, follow along on Twitter @ReutersPolitics, Instagram @reuters, and through Facebook Live reports.

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