Maithanet Posted December 27, 2018 Share Posted December 27, 2018 6 minutes ago, Kalbear said: At this point, I would be very surprised if a Republican could win the popular vote without winning in a pretty large landslide across the country. California doesn't show any real signs of going more Republican, and Cali really runs up the score in popular vote. Indeed, the most Republican states are all either very low population (WY, WV, ND) or trending Democrat (TX, GA). The Republicans really don't have much opportunity to run up the score in the popular vote. In 2016, the state that Trump won the most NET votes was Texas, with +800k. Next was Tennessee at +650k then KY with +570k. In contrast, Clinton won California by 4.3 million votes, New York by 1.7 million, and IL and MA by 900k each. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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