National Review explains the details behind Clinton’s shocking numbers:
Hillary Clinton won a majority of the popular vote in only thirteen states, the fewest of any major-party nominee since Bob Dole in 1996. That’s an astoundingly poor performance.
The only state away from the coasts where Hillary cracked 50% of the vote was her home state of Illinois,
Hillary had more, earlier backing from her own party establishment to be the nominee than any Democrat in the modern primary era.
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US election: How did Hillary Clinton lose?
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