November 10, 2016

Donald Trump (R)

47.5%

59,588,436 votes

3%

Gary Johnson (Libertarian)

4,040,510 votes

Hillary Clinton (D)

47.7%

59,794,940 votes

1%

Jill Stein (Green Party)

1,206,743 votes

HOW AMERICA VOTED, ELECTORALLY

Although Clinton won the popular vote, she fell short in the all-important Electoral College, losing most of the battleground states to Trump.

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50

40

30

20

10

WYO.

W.VA.

OKLA.

N.D.

IDAHO

KY.

S.D.

ALA.

TENN.

ARK.

NEB.

KANS.

MONT.

LA.

IND.

MO.

MISS.

S.C.

UTAH

ALASKA

IOWA

Trump lost Iowa in the primaries but used the experience to reshape his campaign.

TEXAS

MAINE*

OHIO

GA.

This reliably red state became a battleground leading up to the election. History remained on Trump’s side, however.

N.C.

A third of North Carolina’s voters were nonwhite, and Clinton took 79% of them. But white voter turnout propelled Trump.

FLA.

PA.

WIS.

270 needed to win

Trump 279 Electoral Votes

Electoral votes won

25

50

75

100

125

150

175

200

225

250

300

10

20

30

40

89

D.C.

HAWAII

CALIF.

MASS.

VT.

MD.

N.Y.

WASH.

ILL.

R.I.

N.J.

CONN.

DEL.

ORE.

N.M.

VA.

In October, Trump’s campaign pulled out of Tim Kaine’s home state, freeing resources for other battlegrounds.

MAINE*

COLO.

NEV.

Trump’s lawyers unsuccessfully tried to file a lawsuit arguing that voting hours at four precincts were improperly extended during early voting.

MINN.

Clinton 228 Electoral Votes

*MAINE SPLITS ITS FOUR ELECTORAL VOTES, ONE FOR EACH OF ITS TWO CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS AND TWO FOR THE STATEWIDE VOTE. TRUMP TOOK ONE VOTE AND CLINTON TOOK THREE. CLINTON’S MARGIN OF VICTORY IS FOR THE TWO STATEWIDE VOTES. SOURCES: AP; FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION; NEW YORK TIMES; BLOOMBERG; ABC NEWS

HEIGHT

Margin of victory (in percentage points)

WIDTH

Number of electoral votes

ALL RESULTS AS OF 5 P.M. E.T. NOV. 9

HOW AMERICA VOTED, THEN VS. NOW

At least five states that voted for Obama in 2012 turned red in this election. Here’s a closer look at some of them.

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2000

Bush (271)

beats

Gore (266)

ELECTORAL VOTES

2004

Bush (286)

beats

Kerry (251)

2008

Obama (365)

beats

McCain (173)

2012

Obama (332) beats

Romney (206)

2016

Trump (279) beats Clinton (228)

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WISCONSIN

Trump took the Badger State with a 1-percentage-point margin of victory, marking the first time it has gone red in a presidential race since 1984.

Green Bay

Madison

Milwaukee

OHIO

In the final weeks before the election, Clinton’s campaign spent more than double what Trump’s did on television ads.

Cleveland

Cincinnati

Columbus

PENNSYLVANIA

Historically favorable to Democrats, Pennsylvania became contested territory among blue-collar workers in rural areas.

Pittsburgh

Philadelphia

FLORIDA

After they clinched their nominations, Trump spent 19 days campaigning in the Sunshine State, compared with Clinton’s 15.

Tallahassee

Tampa

Miami

WASH. 12

ORE. 7

CALIF. 55

ALASKA 3

NEV. 6

IDAHO 4

UTAH 6

ARIZ. 11

MONT. 3

WYO. 3

COLO. 9

N.M. 5

HAWAII 4

N.D. 3

S.D. 3

NEB. 5

KANS. 6

OKLA. 7

TEXAS 38

MINN. 10

IOWA 6

MO. 10

ARK. 6

LA. 8

WIS. 10

ILL. 20

MISS. 6

MICH. 16

IND. 11

OHIO 18

KY. 8

TENN.11

ALA. 9

GA. 16

FLA. 29

S.C. 9

N.C. 15

W.VA. 5

VA. 13

PA. 20

VT. 3

N.Y. 29

MAINE 4

N.H. 4

MASS. 11

R.I. 4

CONN.7

N.J. 14

DEL.3

MD. 10

D.C. 3

This appears in the November 21, 2016 issue of TIME.

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