Just in time for the Electoral College set to cast their ballots on Monday, all 50 states have finally certified their popular vote totals.
Hillary Clinton: 65,844,610 (48.2%)
Donald Trump: 62,979,636 (46.1%)
Others: 7,756,035 (5.7%)
Now we have the hard numbers to do a thorough assessment of what really happened in our nation’s 58th presidential election. Not by only looking at the percent share of the vote, but also by comparing the raw vote totals from four years ago.
The following relies on the Cook Political Report Popular Vote Tracker, the United States Election Project and data from the Federal Election Commission.
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