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Is anyone aware of a site with interactive maps where the real-time results of the 2020 US presidential election results can be found?

I find many claims of there being some specific vote counts being reported at given times throughout counting. For example, I'm looking for a way to verify results such as what was reported in Georgia as of 11:00 PM ET on election night.

Edit I want to see what the breakout was as the counting progressed, more in relation to as the total reported neared 100% vs. at a specific point in time.

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    What purpose would this serve when there are so many votes that couldn't be legally counted until after the polls closed on election night? – Joe W Jan 23 at 6:06
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    I'm sure someone already asked this here, although on such a tone that the q was deleted together with my answer. You could look at related q on Skeptics for some sources: skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/49886/… – Fizz Jan 23 at 14:06
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    Numbers changing because they counted more votes and reported a new total don't really have much meaning. In this case as they counted and reported in person voting before mail in voting that caused the votes to look like they favored on candidate over the other because of how people voted. So they don't have much meaning. – Joe W Jan 23 at 15:33
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    I think you are still missing my point. The numbers that get reported tend to get reported from similar areas so it is not unusual for blocks of votes to get reported for a single candidate because the areas they reported support them while higher population areas that support a different candidate get reported later. Worrying about what the numbers in Georgia are at 11pm when there are massive population centers that haven't started reporting many votes yet doesn't do you any good. – Joe W Jan 23 at 23:35
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    If you are trying to argue with people saying nonsense about the % being such and such at X time, I wouldn't waste your time on them. The only count that matters is the final one. – Azor Ahai -him- Jan 24 at 1:34
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I'm not aware of such maps. There are graphs that show how the vote came in but they do not show the exact time nor the exact voteshare, such as the ones from The New York Times and FiveThirtyEight.

However, one of the ways to obtain results at a specific time would perhaps be to rewatch the full election night coverage online.

For instance, for Georgia, at 11:00 PM ET, the results according to NBC News' live coverage are as follows:

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Also, these numbers are backed up by The New York Times. Results below are from NYT at 11:09 PM ET:

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  • Thank you and apologies for unclear wording. I've edited the question to hopefully clarify. – John Spiegel Jan 24 at 0:08

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