One County Accounts for All of Hillary’s Popular Vote Margin

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We have updated this now that most of the votes are counted and it actually takes two sanctuary cities to account for Hillary Clinton’s popular vote margin. The rest of the country would be irrelevant if they decide the election. You can view the updated article on this link.

by Mike Wingeier

Never mind the other popular election margins citing the votes in several states or cities, . . . LA County still takes the prize all by itself.

CNN still has a national popular vote count that is way out of whack, claiming a margin of 2.6 million.  How can there be so many disparate results?

Others have the numbers far lower but what is really interesting are the results in LA County.

Here are results I found this morning, according to the San Francisco Chronicle today, 6 Dec, 2016:

National Popular Vote

Clinton 62,523,126

Trump  61,201,031

Clinton by 1,322,095  >>  1.3 million

Then the local results according to the LA County Clerks Office

LA County

Clinton 2,464,364

Trump      769,743

Clinton by 1,694,621  >>  1.7 million

The entire popular vote margin is carried by just one county in the United States!!  

 

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  1. how many of those are dead, illegals, non resident, made up names for voters or out of state voters? that would be the county to do a supervised recount of.

    • So two partisan operations cam up with that that figure, but even if it were true, LA is too influential in deciding the vote without an electoral college.

  2. The population of the top five cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia) is only 6% of the population of the United States.

    Voters in the biggest cities are almost exactly balanced out by rural areas in terms of population and partisan composition.

    16% of the U.S. population lives outside the nation’s Metropolitan Statistical Areas. Rural America has voted 60% Republican. None of the 10 most rural states matter now.

    16% of the U.S. population lives in the top 100 cities. They voted 63% Democratic in 2004.
    The population of the top 50 cities (going as far down as Arlington, TX) is only 15% of the population of the United States.

    Suburbs divide almost exactly equally between Republicans and Democrats.

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