More than 20 automakers are expected to win the presidential election, including General Motors, Volkswagen, Fiat Chrysler, Ford, Chrysler and Chrysler Group, Bloomberg Intelligence reported on Tuesday.
The automakers won’t have to rely on one candidate to secure their votes, Bloomberg said.
The candidates who win in November will be able to run against each other as candidates in a runoff election if they win in a single-party state.
Trump won the election in November, becoming the first president to do so in a non-presidential election.
The results are not guaranteed, however.
The U.K. election is expected to be closer, and will be contested between three candidates, according to Bloomberg.
The Bloomberg article noted that, unlike the U, the U’s Electoral College system does not allow a candidate to get as close as Trump did in the 2016 election.
That means there is a greater chance that Trump will lose, even if he gets the majority of the vote.