U.S. Presidential Election results and voting populations (2016)

US presidential election 2016

This regular election result map clearly shows who won in which U.S county, but this map doesn’t reveal the relative voting populations among each U.S. county. It can make people think that every county has an equal population.

If Each State’s Most Densely Populated County Decided the Winner

Map of election if each state's most densely populated county decided the winner

If Each State’s Least Densely Populated County Decided the Winner

Map of election if each state's least densely populated county decided the winner

Many people voted neither for Donald Trump nor for Hilary Clinton.

If “Did Not Vote” Had Been A Candidate

Voters who didn’t vote for Hillary or Trump

Voters who didn't vote for Hillary or Trump
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In eight U.S. states, more than 10 percent of the voting population cast a ballot for someone other than Trump or Hillary.

  1. Utah: 27%
  2. Idaho: 13.25%
  3. Vermont: 13.05%
  4. Alaska: 12.17%
  5. New Mexico: 11.7%
  6. Wyoming: 10.97%
  7. Oregon: 10.84%
  8. Washington: 10.63%

What if “Didn’t Vote” were a candidate in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election?

Map What if "Didn't Vote" were a candidate in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election?

The map below represents vote populations and vote margins on a two-dimensional scale. The darker U.S. counties had more votes. The lighter U.S. counties had fewer votes.

U.S Presidential Election 2016 (Vote margins + Total votes)
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