Elections in the United States remain a neck-and-neck race. In crucial states like Wisconsin and Michigan, Joe Biden and Donald Trump are barely out of touch, although Biden seems to be catching up or running out.
In Wisconsin, Biden was behind Trump for much of the night, but according to various media outlets, he now has a lead of about 20,000 votes, with more than 95 percent of the vote counted.
In Michigan, Trump had a lead of about 200,000 votes. Still, the latest updates brought in a lot of votes from major metropolitan areas and postal votes, two categories where Democrats have an advantage.
Trump is only a few tens of thousands of votes in favour of that.
Georgia and Pennsylvania can also go both ways. No American medium has yet ventured to make a prognosis.