Virginia Election Forecast

There is one question on the minds of every person interested in New Hampshire politics — who will win in the general election. Below you’ll find the PoliticIt election forecast for New Hampshire. PoliticIt has calculated the It Score for each candidate.

The It Score measures a politician’s digital influence. PoliticIt has found high correlation between a candidate’s strong digital influence and her success on election day. So far the It Score has correctly predicted election outcomes in more than 300 races with 90 percent accuracy. The candidate with the highest It Score in each race is the one most likely to win according to our data. To learn more about the It Score, click here


First Name Last Name Race It Score
Rob Wittman Congressional district 1 62
Adam Cook Congressional district 1 20
Gail Parker Congressional district 1 18
Scott Rigell Congressional district 2 75
Paul Hirschbiel Congressional district 2 25
Bobby Scott Congressional district 3 89
Dean Longo Congressional district 3 11
Randy Forbes Congressional district 4 81
Ella Ward Congressional district 4 19
Robert Hurt Congressional district 5 54
John Douglass Congressional district 5 29
Ken Hildebrandt Congressional district 5 16
Bob Goodlatte Congressional district 6 77
Andy Schmookler Congressional district 6 23
Eric Cantor Congressional district 7 82
Wayne Powell Congressional district 7 18
Jim Moran Congressional district 8 66
Patrick Murray Congressional district 8 8
Janet Murphy Congressional district 8 15
Jason Howell Congressional district 8 10
Morgan Griffith Congressional district 9 70
Anthony Flaccavento Congressional district 9 30
Frank Wolf Congressional district 10 66
Kristin Cabral Congressional district 10 19
Kevin Chisholm Congressional district 10 14
Gerry Connolly Congressional district 11 46
Chris Perkins Congressional district 11 14
Joe Galdo Congressional district 11 9
Peter Marchetti Congressional district 11 10
Chris DeCarlo Congressional district 11 9
Mark Gibson Congressional district 11 13
Tim Kaine U.S. Senate 49
George Allen U.S. Senate 51

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