Friday, November 11, 2016

State by State NPV




I watched the election coverage online - looking at the popular vote. It wasn't until the next day, I heard that Hillary won the popular vote. So, my inquiring mind, once again, took a lot of time, going over the popular vote, state by state and found that the states Trump won, he won the popular vote. Same with Hillary. But when they total it, it comes up for Hillary. Go figure...

I don't know where the discrepancy comes from. So, technically, Hillary did win the popular vote for the nation.

But she did not win the popular vote for: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.



via GIPHY

I know, it's crazy!


Alabama - 9 - TRUMP - 1,306,925 - Clinton- 718,084
Alaska - 3 - TRUMP - 130, 415 -  Clinton - 93,007
Arizona - 11 - TRUMP - 972, 900 - Clinton - 888,374
Arkansas - 6 - TRUMP - 67,7904 - Clinton - 378,329

California - 55 - CLINTON - 54, 888,261- Trump - 2, 969,532
Colorado - 9 - CLINTON -  1, 207,137 - Trump - 1,133,768
Connecticut - 7 - CLINTON - 823,360 - Trump - 637,919

Delaware - 3 - CLINTON - 235,581 Trump -185,103
District of Columbia - 3 - CLINTON - 260,233 - Trump - 11,553

Florida - 29 - TRUMP - 4,605,515 - Clinton - 4,485,745

Georgia - 16 - TRUMP - 2, 068,623 - Clinton - 1,837,300


Hawaii - 4 - CLINTON - 251,853 - Trump - 121,648

Idaho - 4 - TRUMP - 407,199 - Clinton - 189,677
Illinois - 20 - CLINTON - 2,977,498 - Trump - 2,118,179
Indiana - 11 - TRUMP - 1,556,220 - Clinton - 1,031,953
Iowa - 6 - TRUMP - 798,923 - Clinton - 650,790

Kansas - 6- TRUMP - 656,009 - Clinton - 414,788
Kentucky - 8 - TRUMP- 1,202,942 - Clinton - 626,834

Louisiana - 8 - TRUMP - 1,178,004 - Clinton - 779,535

Maine - 4 - CLINTON - 354,655 - Trump - 334,267
Maryland - 10 - CLINTON - 1,497,951 - Trump - 873,646
Massachusetts - 11 - CLINTON - 1,964,768 - Trump - 1,083,069
Michigan - 16 - TRUMP - 2,279,221 - Clinton - 2,267,798
Minnesota - 10 - CLINTON - 1,364,069 - Trump - 1,321,118
Mississippi - 6 - TRUMP - 678,457 - Clinton - 462,001
Missouri - 10 - TRUMP - 1,585,753 - Clinton - 1,054,889
Montana - 3 - TRUMP - 273,880 - Clinton - 174,341

Nebraska - 5 - TRUMP - 485,819 - Clinton - 273,858
Nevada- 6 - CLINTON - 537,753 - Trump - 511,349
New Hampshire - CLINTON - 347,078 - Trump -  345,464  
New Jersey - 14 - CLINTON - 1,979,768 - Trump - 1,516,915
New Mexico - 5 - CLINTON - 380,724 - Trump - 315,875
New York - 29 - CLINTON - 4,143,541 - Trump -2,637,678
North Carolina - 15 - TRUMP - 2,339,603 - Clinton - 2,162,074
North Dakota - 3 - TRUMP - 216,133 - Clinton - 93,526

Ohio - 18 - TRUMP - 2,771,984 - Clinton - 2,317,001
Oklahoma - 7 - TRUMP - 947,934 - Clinton - 419,788
Oregon - 7 - CLINTON - 934,631 - Trump - 742,506

Pennsylvania - 20 - TRUMP - 2,912,941 - Clinton - 2,844,705

Rhode Island - 4 - CLINTON - 277,052 - Trump - 166,590

South Carolina - 9 - TRUMP - 1,143,611 - Clinton - 849,469
South Dakota - 3 - TRUMP - 277,701 - Clinton - 117,422

Tennessee - 11 - TRUMP - 1,517,402 - Clinton - 867,110
Texas - 38 - TRUMP - 4,681,590 - Clinton - 3,867,816

Utah - 6 - TRUMP - 375,006 - Clinton - 222,858

Vermont - 3 - CLINTON - 178,117 - Trump - 95,050
Virginia - 13 - CLINTON - 1,916,845 - Trump - 1,734,156

Washington - 12 - CLINTON - 1,221,340 - Trump - 835,192
West Virginia - 5 - TRUMP - 468,198 - Clinton - 187,457
Wisconsin - 10 - TRUMP - 1,409467 - Clinton - 1,382,210
Wyoming - 3- TRUMP - 174,248 - Clinton - 55,949










3 comments:

  1. Al Gore also won the popular vote, but George W. Bush was elected. This week's election is the fourth or fifth time in our country's history that the person with the most vote didn't win. It's indicative of the need for electoral college reform.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I disagree. The founding fathers knew what they were doing. Yeah I remember all that with Gore and Bush - don't know how the popular vote went state by state though. If we went by popular vote though, in this election - state by state then Trump would of won his states. Anyway, the little states and all wouldn't have a say. I think it's fair. We are not a Democracy- we are a Democratic REPUBLIC and that is what people don't get. We are too big and too populated, for a fair election.

      You know, it is what it is. It is still far better than any other country.

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  2. It is what it is! Fair or not fair! It's over and we have to get behind this President-Elect and pray for the best!

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Comments are good - I admit, sometimes I don't respond back, in time for a dialog. I bad! I will TRY and do better. Thanks for understanding.

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