In Georgia, where poll workers have been working through the night, the votes still to be counted are concentrated in only six counties—Clayton (99%), Cobb (99%), Floyd (98%), Forsyth (99%), Gwynett (98%) and Taylor ( 96%).

In North Carolina, only about a dozen counties have reported fewer than 95% of votes. Orange county, with 81% votes reported, is the furthest behind.

In Nevada, half the counties have reported less than 90% of votes. Douglas county, with 81% reporting, is the furthest behind.

In Pennsylvania, most counties are nearly fully reported, with a couple lagging quite a lot further behind. Specifically, Armstrong county (68%), Crawford county (68%), and Greene county (52%).

In Arizona, only four of 15 counties have fully reported the results. Six counties have reported 90% or more of the votes, and the others are at around 85%. The furthest behind is Pinal county, having reported 81% votes so far.

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