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  1. The 2016 election marked the eighth consecutive presidential election where the victorious major party nominee did not win a popular vote majority by a double-digit margin over the losing major party nominee(s), with the sequence of presidential elections from 1988 through 2016 surpassing the sequences from 1836 through 1860 and from 1876 ...

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    The table below is a list of United States presidential elections by popular vote margin. It is sorted to display elections by their presidential term / year of election, name, margin by percentagein popular vote, popular vote, margin in popular vote by number, and the runner up in the Electoral College.

    Leip, David. Dave Leip's Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections.
    Peters, Gerhard. Voter Turnout in Presidential Elections.

    How close were U.S. Presidential Elections?- Michael Sheppard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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  3. Hillary Clinton easily continued the Democratic tradition in California, winning the state with 61.7% of the vote, Clinton's second highest vote percentage of any state, behind Hawaii. Donald Trump received 31.6% of the vote, making for a Democratic victory margin of 30.11 points.

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    Democratic primary

    Five candidates appeared on the Democratic presidential primary ballot: 1. Bernie Sanders 2. Hillary Clinton 3. Rocky De La Fuente 4. Martin O'Malley(withdrawn) 5. Danny Choi(withdrawn)

    Republican primary

    Six candidates appeared on the Republican presidential primary ballot: 1. Jeb Bush(withdrawn) 2. Ben Carson(withdrawn) 3. Ted Cruz 4. John Kasich 5. Marco Rubio(suspended, to convention) 6. Donald Trump

    Green convention

    On April 2, 2016, the Green Party of Delaware announced that all 4 of its delegates would support Jill Steinat the national convention.


    According to the Delaware's Elections website, voter turnout was 65.57% with 445,228 ballots cast out of 679,027 registered voters.

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  4. Marcos soon ordered the Commission on Elections to stop the unofficial count by the PPCRV, and he stated that no one has been aware that his lead on the unofficial vote count fell down. [216] Marcos then filed an election protest to the Presidential Electoral Tribunal on June 29, 2016, the eve of the oath-taking of the newly elected officials.

    • 81.5% 7.2%
  5. Election results, 2016. R epublicans claimed major victories at the federal level on November 8, 2016, winning the presidency and maintaining control of both the U.S. House and U.S. Senate. Real estate investor Donald Trump (R) outperformed most conventional polls and election models to defeat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D).

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