Btw, a source I'm using for data on the congressional district method of the EC has trump leading 191 to 185 with only FL, PA, KS, and NC remaining to be scored.
Add in 60 for trump's 30 states and 40 for Clinton's 20 states and you get 251 to 225.
trump will pull ahead of 270 of course with those 4 states.
Keeping in mind Romney would have beaten Obama 273-265 with this method, DEMs got completely outplayed in 2014.
The data is without lean but the source would be rhetorically shot down.
So far, 18 GOP representatives won in Clinton won districts while 11 DEM reps won in trump CDs.
These would be termed 'soft' districts and would be in play in 2018.
In your AZ, AZ-2 is Clinton/GOP rep and AZ-1 is trump/DEM rep .