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The New York Times creates a vote tracker for the 2026 World Cup

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American newspaper New York Times created a vote tracker, keeping up with the football federations to vote on the 13th of June, choosing one of the presented bids to host the 2026 World Cup.

According to the tracker published Friday, 8th of June, only 17 countries are committed to vote for Morocco next week in Moscow. The list contains federations from Africa, Asia, and Europe. Meanwhile 9 nations are leaning toward the Moroccan bid, including South Africa, Tunisia, and Nigeria.

On the other hand, 23 countries are ready to vote for the North American joint-bid, including Morocco's political allies such as Saudi Arabia.

Only one country is leaning to vote for the United States, Canada and Mexico, namely Guatemala.

Out of the 211 federations allowed to vote in Russia, 157 are uncommitted to the vote to take place one day before the start of the Russia 2018 World Cup.

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