Full results by state for the 2016 presidential election and electoral vote count.
2020 vs. 2016: Presidential Election Results Comparison. How much has the map changed from when Republican Donald Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016? With results updating every hour, this interactive U.S. map holds the answer. Click on the counties below to see how Trump and Joe Biden's 2020 performance compares with the 2016 vote.
In 2016, Donald J. Trump won the Electoral College with 304 votes compared to 227 votes for Hillary Clinton. Seven electors voted for someone other than their party’s candidate. Visit our 2020...
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Nov 18, 2020 · In both the 2016 and 2020 elections, Trump lost the popular vote. Clinton won nearly 3 million more votes than he did, and Biden is on track to win nearly 6 million more votes than Trump. Biden has...
The 2016 election marked the eighth consecutive presidential election where the victorious candidate did not win a popular vote majority by a double-digit margin, with the series of presidential elections from 1988 through 2016 surpassing the series from 1876 through 1900 to become the longest series of such presidential elections in U.S. history.
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Results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, including electoral votes between Trump and Biden in each state, and who is winning the popular vote.
Thus it is possible for the winner of the popular vote to end up losing the election, an outcome that has occurred on five occasions, most recently in the 2016 election. This is because presidential elections are indirect elections ; the votes cast on Election Day are not cast directly for a candidate, but for members of the Electoral College .