The latest data announced by local media around 4:30 a.m. gave Biden an advantage over Trump of 917 votes. While it could seem a minor difference, those votes are significant because the U.S. President had a 1,267 vote lead a few hours earlier.
In Pennsylvania, where 97 percent of the votes have already been tallied, Biden is three-tenths behind Trump, who now has an 18,042 vote lead. On Tuesday, however, the Republican candidate appeared to be more than half a million votes. In this state, it is estimated that there are about 200,000 mail-in votes which could favor the Democratic candidate.
In Nevada, where some 250,000 votes still have to be counted, Biden leads with a difference of 11,438 votes, which is equivalent to nine-tenths of an advantage over Trump.