Here’s how Nate Silver thinks the US election map would look if just men voted

Two maps from FiveThirtyEight show how men are expected to turn out for Donald Trump but women are expected to turn out for Hillary Clinton.

One hypothetical forecast of voter turnout in the November 8 election would apparently turn nearly all of the United States red.

FiveThirtyEight’s Nate Silver published a presidential-election forecast on Tuesday night that illustrated how the country would be likely to vote if only men were to cast ballots.

According to the projection, which was based on the FiveThirtyEight polls-only forecast, Trump would grab 350 electoral votes, while Clinton’s 188 electoral votes would come from the West Coast, some parts of the Northeast, and just two states in between – New Mexico and Illinois.

Here’s what that map looks like:

As for if women were the only voters, FiveThirtyEight projected 458 electoral votes for Clinton to just 80 for Trump:

“It seems fair to say that, if Trump loses the election, it will be because women voted against him,” Silver concluded.