– Geographically approximate, population-normalized 2016 voting results using congressional districts – Hex map of U.S. electoral votes – Contribution of each popular vote to electoral vote outcome, in number of persons, by U.S state – U.S. states by victors of both primaries and the presidential election 2016. The map above shows how the 2016 US Presidential election might go if only one demographic group got the vote. The map was created by Ste Kinney-Fields and is. Ms Clinton, meanwhile, got the support of less than a quarter of white men without a college degree; Barack Obama, by contrast, drew about a third of their votes four years ago.
Mr Trump won the rural vote by 62% to 34% and the suburban vote by 50% to 45%, while Mrs Clinton won the urban vote by 59% to 35%. View the latest 2016 election exit polls by state and by race, including demographic information for US voters. For more election news, visit /election/2016. 09.03.2017 · Where it says "Counties in red are counties where Trump won the white vote; counties in blue are counties where Clinton won the white vote.", is that text meant to be located there? It's underneath the non-White vote heading. A protest vote also called a blank, null, spoiled, or "none of the above" vote is a vote cast in an election to demonstrate dissatisfaction with the choice of candidates or the current political system. Protest voting takes a variety of forms and reflects numerous.
2016 Presidential Election - Trump/Clinton Share of the White Vote by County You can zoom in/out anywhere on the map, as well as click on individual counties for each candidate's share of the white vote. A record 137.5 million Americans voted in the 2016 presidential election, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Overall voter turnout – defined as the share of adult U.S. citizens who cast ballots – was 61.4% in 2016, a share similar to 2012 but below the 63.6% who say they voted in 2008. 10.11.2016 · Donald J. Trump won the presidency by riding an enormous wave of support among white working-class voters. It was always a possibility, but it had always looked unlikely. Hillary Clinton led in. Trump received a majority of the white vote 58 percent, putting him 21 percentage points over Clinton 37 percent—just one point higher than Romney’s share of the white vote. Clinton.
Revamping an old project of mine, I created an excel spreadsheet to model the 2016 election by race and by county. These results were uploaded in a series of maps. This is the map for Non-Hispanic Whites. The national electorate in this model is 73.6% White, 12.3% African-American, 9.1% Hispanic, 3% Asian, and 2% Other. I based these numbers on. Most of the people who voted in the 2016 presidential election voted for Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump is the president-elect. Here are the final numbers: Clinton received 65,844,610 votes, or 48.2% of the total vote. Trump received 62,979,636 votes, or 46.1% of the total vote. That's a difference of 2.86 million votes..
"If the 'white vote' had shown up in the same percentage and voted for Romney in 2012 as it voted for McCain in 2008, Romney would have won. Obama got many fewer votes in 2012 than he got in 2008. 08.11.2016 · Data for 2016 were collected by Edison Research for the National Election Pool, a consortium of ABC News, The Associated Press, CBSNews, CNN, Fox News and NBC News. The voter survey is based on. 2016 Election exit polls. How the vote has shifted. Updated Nov. 29, 2016. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share on Google Plus. Share via Email. Share on LinkedIn. Share on Pinterest. Share. 2016 Election Results. Trump’s victory in 2016 relied on victories among white and independent voters. Trump received 57% of the vote among all white voters to Clinton’s 37%. He defeated Clinton among independents by a four-point margin. Clinton won 53% of voters who earned less than $50,000 per year, while Trump narrowly won votes among. The Avenue WATCH: The power of the educated white female vote in election 2016 William H. Frey Tuesday, October 18, 2016.
Data shows who are the white women who voted for Donald Trump—and why. 04.11.2016 · The next video is starting stop. Loading. Watch Queue. As we have for every general election since 1979, Ipsos MORI has produced estimates of how the voters voted in the recent EU referendum. It is always important to stress that these are only estimates, based on aggregating the data from our election polls and other surveys over the course of the campaign, which asked people how they intended to. 17.11.2016 · An astonishing spectacle of the election aftermath is the false account of why Trump won. The accepted wisdom is that Trump succeeded in awakening a popular movement of anger and frustration among.
White working-class people were no more likely to vote in this presidential election than in the previous one. Trump’s victory was not due to a spike in turnout among his base supporters. But. 10.11.2016 · 6:46 a.m. ET The first votes are in, and Donald Trump is off to a very early lead in the 2016 presidential election, winning over the voters of three tiny New Hampshire precincts by. White Vote in the 2016 Democratic Primary [1414x950] 13 comments. share. save hide report. 77% Upvoted. This thread is archived. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Sort by. best. best top new controversial old q&a. View discussions in 2 other.
Romney won Pike County, Ohio—which is 97 percent white—by a single vote in 2012, and Trump won it 65-35 in 2016. Under the winner-take-all mentality of the Electoral College, Ohio may have a population that is 15 percent non-white, but almost only white votes truly counted. This is the second way that the Electoral College protects white votes. I adjusted the non-White share of the vote in each county uniformly to bring the composition of the eligible electorate in line with the actual electorate. The "Hispanic" category includes all Hispanics, while the remaining categories White, Black, Asian, and Other are all non-Hispanic. The real 'shy Trump' vote - how 53% of white women pushed him to victory This article is more than 3 years old. Early data suggest a clear majority of white women voted Republican, and supporters. As for shifts from 2012, our data show that the white vote share declined by only 0.3 percentage points in 2016. We found that the black vote share declined by 1.1 points, which mirrors the exit.
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