Are you going to vote in the next Presidential Election? Do you want to find out how much your vote counts if you live in Vermont? Here we will determine how much your vote counts in Vermont based on Electoral College information, how many people vote in Vermont, and how many electoral votes Vermont has.

Our calculations are based on the United States Census Bureau data from the previous election and information about the U.S. Electoral College from the National Archives and Records Administration:

Total Electoral College: 538

Electoral College to win: 270

Vermont Electoral votes: 3

People who vote in Vermont: 305,000

Because Vermont has 3 out of 538 electoral votes, we can calculate (3/538) x 100 = 0.56. This means that Vermont's total influence over the Presidential Election is 0.56%

If we divide 0.56% by the Vermont voting population of 305,000 we get how much one person's Vermont vote influences the Presidential Election. The answer is 0.00000182826497653727%

Since a Presidential Candiate only needs 270 Electoral votes to win, we could do our math like this: (3/270) x 100 = 1.11 which means that Vermont can contribute 1.11% of the Electoral College to get to 270.

Furthermore, 1.11 divided by 305,000 is 0.00000364298724954462. This means that your vote in Vermont will be 0.00000364298724954462% of what is needed for the Presidential Candidate to win the White House.

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Disclaimer: There are many factors that influence voting numbers and we made multiple assumptions. This page is for entertainment only.

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