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Emerson College predicts Clinton will win the Electoral College, 323 to 215. 

A presidential candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win the White House. 

Emerson took into account recent polling results in battleground and other states, combined with RealClearPolitics polling averages. 

Emerson predicts Clinton will win the swing states of Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin. 

Republican nominee Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpKey takeaways from the Arizona Senate debate Major Hollywood talent firm considering rejecting Saudi investment money: report Mattis says he thought 'nothing at all' about Trump saying he may leave administration MORE is predicted to win Iowa and Ohio. 

In battleground Senate races, Emerson predicts that Democrats will come out with 50 or more total seats — enough to claim the Senate majority if Clinton is elected and Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineOvernight Defense: Trump says 'rogue killers' could be behind missing journalist | Sends Pompeo to meet Saudi king | Saudis may claim Khashoggi killed by accident | Ex-VA chief talks White House 'chaos' | Most F-35s cleared for flight Democrats torch Trump for floating 'rogue killers' to blame for missing journalist Election Countdown: O'Rourke brings in massive M haul | Deal on judges lets senators return to the trail | Hurricane puts Florida candidates in the spotlight | Adelson spending big to save GOP in midterms MORE, as vice president, becomes the tie-breaking vote. 

Emerson's final round of polls suggest that Democrats will flip GOP seats in Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania.