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The People Have Spoken - Clinton Wins . . .
Well, Only the Popular Vote


Shades of the 2000 election.

Gore won the popular vote in the 2000 election; Bush won the Electoral College Vote.

Clinton won the popular vote in the 2016 election; Trump won the Electoral College Vote.

Clinton vs Trump 2016 Election
59,465,124 (47.7%) 228 Electoral College Vote
59,277,640 (47.5%) 279 Electoral College Vote

Gore vs Bush 2000 Election
Bush: 50,456,002 (47.9%) 271 Electoral College
Gore: 50,999,897 (48.4%) 266 Electoral College

Clinton becomes the fifth U.S. presidential candidate to win the popular vote but lose the election. Andrew Jackson in 1824 (lost to John Quincy Adams); Samuel Tilden in 1876 (lost to Rutherford Hayes); Grover Cleveland in 1888 (lost to Benjamin Harrison); Al Gore in 2000 (lost to George Bush).

Red & Blue States in 2016 Election: Red=Trump; Blue=Clinton

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o Connecticut
o Delaware
o Florida
o Georgia
o Hawaii
o Idaho
o Illinois
o Indiana
o Iowa
o Kansas
o Kentucky
o Louisiana
o Maine
o Maryland
o Massachusetts
o Michigan
o Minnesota
o Mississippi
o Missouri
o Montana
o Nebraska
o Nevada
o New Hampshire
o New Jersey
o New Mexico
o New York
o North Carolina
o North Dakota
o Ohio
o Oklahoma
o Oregon
o Pennsylvania
o Rhode Island
o South Carolina
o South Dakota
o Tennessee
o Texas
o Utah
o Vermont
o Virginia
o Washington
o West Virginia
o Wisconsin
o Wyoming

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