West Virginia is a solidly Red state, it largely disrupts the analysis within itself, but falls close to the prediction guidelines across the nation in terms of why it is assumed a "Red" state. Again, I'll be following it up with analysis after the election because this will be the first year that I've performed this analysis. Suffice it to say that West Virginia's possible one Blue county, which is a stretch I'm actually suggesting below, will be an anomaly in the state. My confidence is very low, but I only use three confidence levels of Low, Medium, or High.
Virginia predictions by county is one of those states where you will think its going to be a Red state, but in fact, this year will be Blue. Again, unless something hinky goes on, its going to be Blue. Analysis regarding this first year of prediction will take place after the election.
Tennessee Predictions incoming!
We're getting close to the big day. Here are my predictions at the county level for South Dakota.
More predictions, this time its Rhode Island counties.
These are my predictions for Pennsylvania. Although these were done over two months ago, I'm finally finding time to post them. I'll be following up with interpretation at a later date. Just know that the basis for my predictions are not what most people are using. Consider base human sociological forces and you'll be closer to the core of my prediction methodology.