What constitutes a 'landslide' election victory...?

I’ve heard some talk of the possibility of a ‘landslide’ victory in the upcoming election, and without comment on the viability of such a result, I was wondering if there is any formal, recognised consensus on what actually constitutes a landslide victory? ( in both the popular vote and electoral college votes )

I’m guessing perhaps a 10% win in popular vote, and maybe a majority of 100 ECV over the required winning margin, for a count for 370.
Or perhaps a 359 vs 179 ( more than double your opponent ) would quality as a landslide?

Thanks for any insight.

We just did this like a week ago. Searching for the thread now.

EDIT: Here 'tis

Flip - I see a similar thread was started only days ago - sorry about that. I missed it.

Feel free to close this one.

Oh, and thanks.

I didn’t realise I could search again - been a long while since I posted here! Nice, smooth return, eh? :slight_smile:


Closed at OP’s request.

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