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Monday, November 14, 2016

2016 US Presidential Election Results


ELECTORAL VOTES
306 for Donald Trump, 232 for Hillary Clinton

POPULAR VOTES
62,984,825 for Donald Trump, 65,853,516 for Hillary Clinton

VOTING %
46.4% for Donald Trump, 48.5% for Hillary Clinton

Stat Credits: CNN Election Center @ cnn.com/election
(CNN webpage will likely be archived to cnn.com/election/2016 in the future)

💫 What an election that was! 🌟 I recently completed images showing all the U.S. Presidential Election results from every state (and District of Columbia, also known as Washington, D.C.) in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The main takeaway from this election is that Donald Trump won based on the Electoral College, receiving 306 electoral votes compared to Hillary Clinton's 232. However, Clinton received about 775,000 3 million more popular votes than Trump. Therefore, the debate about whether or not to abolish the Electoral College system will continue. Below is a comprehensive overview of state-by-state votes for president.







































































































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